Posted June 11, 2010 – 2:58 pm in: Windows 7 Guides
There are quite a number of free applications available to customize Windows desktop context menu (right-click menu). In fact, we have covered several free tools such as Context Menu Editor that help you personalize context menus.
This time around, we want to share a simple and portable application to add your favorite program shortcuts to the desktop context menu. 7CMenuEditor is a tiny tool for Windows 7 to add program shortcuts along with custom icons.
How to use this tool:
# Download, extract and run this tool as administrator (right-click on the tool and select run as administrator).
# Enter the name of the application shortcut that you want to insert in context menu. Note that you can also enter your desired name.
# Click Open Exe button to browse to the exe file of the application. Generally, you can find installed application in C:\Program Files directory (where “C” is your OS drive).
# Next, click Open Icon button to select an icon to the exe file. Again, you can you can use any icon but it should be in .ico format.
# Once done, click Create 7CMenu button insert the selected program shortcut to the desktop context menu.Tags: Context Menu, Windows 7
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