Add or remove items from system context menus
Ultimate Windows Context Menu Customizer is the long name of a simple Windows utility with which you can customize system context menus.
Context menus come in very handy to access configuration settings or launch specific tasks. But they tend to get crowded over time, with dozens of options from programs you’ve installed that stay there even long after you’ve uninstalled the application they work with. Ultimate Windows Context Menu Customizer allows you not only to get rid of those useless context menu entries, but also add new ones with more useful tools.
Ultimate Windows Context Menu Customizer is really easy to use. Just run the EXE file – no installation required – and select the context menu you want to customize. The program includes a bunch of pre-defined items you can use in your menus, as well as a simple form to add totally new items.
Changes in Ultimate Windows Context Menu Customizer are applied right away; you don’t even have to close the program! On the downside, Ultimate Windows Context Menu Customizer doesn’t have a backup/restore utility to undo changes (you have to undo them manually one by one) and there’s no support for dragging and dropping items from the list to the Context Menu Items field.
With Ultimate Windows Context Menu Customizer you can very easily customize context menus in Windows.