Dealing with a context menu is uncomfortable and crowded the possibilities to solve this problem is not so, the category of software for this type of situation has not yet met some great additions, but some of the existing ones are unreliable. This is where good editor context menu in a small utility that cleans your menu from undesirable elements.
Shortcut menu is cluttered only the worst, and all those who have held their installation of Windows, for more than a couple of months, can be ordered. More software you install a system, the more context menu items start to accumulate, which makes it even more difficult to insert a link, when there are so many of them require a piece of the right mouse button. Now, if you are an experienced user and can give you an agreement in the Windows registry, the noise is not even worth mentioning. On the other hand, if you are a beginner in the field, playing with the settings, thesystem is not recommended, and is not as comfortable as your own piece of software that can handle this for you.
Context Menu Editor is the simple way I arrive across as desperately appearing for a quickly way to get rid of those bothering shortcuts not only permit you to clear the document and directory context menus, but also gives you permit to the button of Net Explorer you can right-click and select what you require to view them.
The simplicity is what the developer had in mind when designing this application and this is reflected in the ease of use and looks modest. The program interface is the first evidence of this, draw the attention of non-intrusive with incentives, not visual, but with the function. Not good, but trying to understand how it works quickly and therefore benefits all categories of users in the audience.
The editor of the main window and only Context Menu is divided into several zones, but they are not organized enough to give you the impression of overcrowding. The first field is one that allows you to choose the context menu you want to set: one belonging to files and folders, or one attached to Internet Explorer.
Depending on the selection, the application displays all entries from that menu, and right next to the listings section has a brief description of the product (such as the release of a software company, where it belongs), the position and some of the Shell Extension details regarding the company, version, and also the product name and version. In some cases, these fields would be empty, but this is most likely due to the companies who hold the copyright to the application in question.