The toolbar in Windows 7 explorer lets you quickly create a new folder, organize files and folders, include a file or folder in library, and share files with groups. But the explorer toolbar lacks some useful options such as cut, copy, paste, delete, close and many other options which we use very often.
Explorer Toolbar Editor is a tiny application, from our friends at winreview, which provides you the ability to add a number of new options to the explorer toolbar with a mouse click.
Explorer Toolbar Editor lets you add Burn, Clear changes, Close, Copy, Cut, Delete, Details Pane, E-mail, Folder Options, Include in library, Layout, Library Pane, Manage default printers, Menu bar, Navigation pane, Open print queue, Open printer server property, Paste, Play all, Print, Properties, Redo, Remove properties, Rename, Search on website, Select all, Separator, Slide show, Start scan, Sync, Undo, Work offline or online option and Update printer driver options to the explorer toolbar.
This tool also lets you remove the default toolbar options such as New Folder and Share with options from the toolbar.
You can add specific options to documents library, generic library, music library, pictures library, videos library, documents folder, music folder, pictures folder, videos folder and search Results. For example, you can add Print, Slide show and Rename options to picture folder and Undo, Redo, Select all, and Remove Properties to documents folder.
How to use Explorer Toolbar Editor to customize Windows explorer toolbar:
Step 1: Download, install, and run Explorer Toolbar Editor software.
Step 2: Select a library, folder, or search result in the left pane and click Add Buttons to view all available options to to the selected category. Check all the options that you want to add to the toolbar and click Add button.
Step 3: You are done! Open Windows explorer and select a file or folder to view newly added buttons. To remove a button, launch Explorer Toolbar Editor, select a category in the left pane, then select an option that you want to remove, and then click Remove buttons.
Explorer Toolbar Editor is a freeware and works great on both x86 and x64 versions of Windows 7.
Don’t forget to check out our list of 55 free tools to tweak and customize Windows 7.