FileMenu Tools allows you to customise the context menu of Windows Explorer. The application adds built-in utilities to perform operations on files and folders and adds customized commands that let users run external applications, copy/move to a specific folder or delete specific file types. With FileMenu Tools, you also can customize the “Send to…” submenu and enable/disable context-menu commands added by other applications.
FileMenu Tools’s simple interface logically presents all functions and menus. Most users should have no problem quickly learning to operate this application. A detailed Help file is available for those novices new to the file menu.
Operating FileMenu Tools merely means manipulating select pull-downs and function icons. Users choose a menu and use the Actions function list to add commands, submenus, or separators. Deleting and moving menu items also take only a click. Clicking a menu item displays basic function descriptions and properties when available.
[advt]FileMenu Tools takes menu a little further, adding a whole bunch of extra functions. In addition to the long default list, FileMenu Tools also allows you to create your own actions. These range from copying, moving and deleting files and folders to changing file attributes and emailing a file to a third party.
Adding commands is FileMenu Tools’s power function. Advanced users familiar with element types, extensions, and variable manipulation won’t have any problems correctly filling in all fields for new commands. Other users will find the Help file answers most questions. After just a few minutes, most will have a new command added to a favorite menu.