Context Menu Editor: Open Favorite Websites and Applications from Context Menu

2 November 2011 By Sourojit

How would it feel if you are allowed to access all your desired applications, websites, games or even URLs by simply right clicking on desktop and launching them? It is no longer a bizarre statement but very efficiently possible by a free ware called Context Menu Editor. It is compatible with Windows 7 and Vista in both 32 and 64 bit.

It is highly simple and runs on administrator mode of the system. It essentially allows to change the options in the context menu which may include .exe files of applications, web links, create link to some game with command parameters like godmod orĀ  in extended mode make customized items appear only when you right click and then hold down the SHIFT button.

From operation point of view it creates a shortcut to these items on menu and maintains a list of them. If you want to delete any option it is just one click away. Using this application is very simple and additionally its portable. You do not have to restart or relogin to see changes as they appear instantly.

Download: Context Menu Editor

 

 

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