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Author Topic: IDEA: Context Menu Organiser for Windows 7 x64  (Read 2433 times)

pilgrim

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IDEA: Context Menu Organiser for Windows 7 x64
« on: May 28, 2012, 09:46:49 AM »
I am looking for a program to use in Windows 7 x64 that will give me the same options that Mmm+ has in XP.

Specifically:
The option to create sub menus and move existing (default) items into them.
The option to add shortcuts for any file/folder or application.
The option to hide unwanted items.
The option to hide the program itself.
The option to edit the program from any context menu.

I have looked at all the programs I can find that are on offer and cannot find anything that matches these requirements.
Mmm+ is one of the most useful pieces of software I ever found, a view that appears to be shared by many, I am surprised that there appears to be nothing like it for Windows 7.

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Re: IDEA: Context Menu Organiser for Windows 7 x64
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2012, 05:02:24 AM »
Me To0

Cfi's Shelltoys has something very similar to Mmm+, but

  • it comes with a lot of stuff that you can get for free with things like Febooti and FileMenu Tools,
  • it's Context Menu Organiser has compatibility issues with some third party File Managers (e.g. xplorer2, XYplorer and Directory Opus)

I have Shelltoys but the issues with 3rd party file managers are really starting to bug me.  

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