Windows 7 Explorer Toolbar provides organize, open, share With, e-mail, new folder, play, play all, share with, and new folder buttons to quickly perform various tasks quickly and easily. Depending on the folder type you are in you may or you may not see one or more above mentioned buttons.
While keyboard addicts will hardly use these buttons, most of Windows users will find these buttons very handy. But unfortunately, for some reason, Windows Explorer doesn’t allow you customize the toolbar by adding new buttons.
CustomExplorerToolbar is a tiny tool for Windows 7 (from the well-known NirSoft) to customize the Explorer Toolbar by adding new buttons. For instance, you can add cut, copy, paste, delete, rename select all, slide show and other useful buttons to the Toolbar. It’s also possible to remove newly added buttons from the Toolbar using this portable utility.
The tool lets you add delete, cut, search, burn, layout, library pane, close, clear changes, close, burn, copy, slide show, search on website, organize, paste, redo, remove properties, select all, e-mail, print, share with, details pane, navigation pane, preview pane, menu bar, properties, sync and undo buttons to the Toolbar.
An option is also available using which one can add buttons to only to a specific folder type. For instance, you can add sync, e-mail, remove properties and burn buttons only to Pictures folder type, and copy, cut, delete, rename buttons to documents folder type.
To add new buttons to the Toolbar, select Add the specified toolbar buttons option, tick buttons that you want to add, and then click Do it button. Please note that this tool can’t remove default buttons provided by Windows.
CustomExplorerToolbar is a standalone tool. That is, it doesn’t require any installation. The tool supports both x86 and x64 versions of Windows 7.