Here's what mouser had to say about his vision for Context Menu Commander:
To clarify something:
while it would be nice to also add the ability to customize OTHER context menu extensions, such tools do exist (see spj'd post for a great list), the main job of ContextMenu Commander is to let you CREATE NEW Custom context menu extensions, and provide a single customization point for a bunch of plugin context menus.
That is, ContextMenu commander will not be for cleaning up your existing menus.
The link to the ContextMenu Commander thread from an earlier post in this thread) takes you to a good source of context menu apps to try out. I like MMM+ a lot (have it running all the time) and PC Mags' ContextEdit
is a must have... PC Mag also does Context Menu Plus
, which is a quite different application but might be of interest as well. I actually find ContextEdit to be easier to use - it's more intuitive to me.