#7 Context Menu Editor

ContextEdit allows you to delete and create new items in Windows Explorer context menu, to quickly open the file in needed application. It is possible to give a custom name for the newly added items, as well as specify additional parameters.
All this can be done using the registry editor, but with ContextEdit these operations are much more easier to do.

There is another portable program which can also change entries in right click menu - FileTypesMan, but ContextEdit is specially designed for such operations, so it is more convenient. If you know a good alternative application for context menu editing - suggest your variants in comments, and share your opinion on ContextEdit below.
OS: XP-10 Version: 1.2 Size: 0.48 MB Price: Freeware 64bit Version: No Developer: Gregory Wolking