If you have ever wanted to customize the context menu of Windows Explorer, FileMenu Tools provides you with the handy application to do exactly that. The program is used to add customized commands, allowing you to run external applications, move and copy a specific folder, or even delete various file types.
Some of the top features of FileMenu Tools include the fact that the “send to” submenu can be configured, commands added by other applications can be enabled or disabled, and built-in utilities can be added to do various operations over files and folders.
The built-in utilities within the program allow you to synchronize two folders, complete an extended delete on recursively specific file types, do a find and replace, split files, join files, and do a variety of “copy to” and “ moved to” actions.
If you have ever wanted greater control of the context menu, you now have the ability to do that. FileMenu Tools works on all versions of Windows. It is ad supported, so there will be various ads at the top and bottom of the program – though users are usually willing to overlook the ads in order to gain the benefits that the program has to offer.
Within the newest release of FileMenu Tools, you will now be able to use a numeric sequence tool, add a random string, as the name of the parent folder, calculate and verify checksums, and even add the path of the parent folder without using the drive letter, such as “C."
Virtually everything that you would want to do in a context menu can now be done. If you do a lot of copying and pasting on the clipboard, simplify it by adding it into the menu. With all of the tools available to you right inside of Windows Explorer, you can have an easier way of performing all of the functions that you do on a day-to-day basis. Just because it doesn’t look the way you wanted to now doesn’t mean it can’t get there – with the use of FileMenu Tools, you can customize the drop-down to your specifications.