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Adding Entries to Computer, Internet Explorer, Explorer/Desktop, Network and Start button Context Menu (Right-Click Menu)

Customizing your Context Menu just got easy!

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Now, you can add any Right-Click Menu entries to your Computer icon, Internet Explorer, Explorer/Desktop (Blank spaces), All Files in Windows Explorer, Disk, Network and Start Button/Folders in Windows Vista easily.

Using WinBubble you can add any applications in your context menus without digging your Windows registry!

How? Just Open WinBubble > Miscellaneous Tab > Choose and click which button you'll use > Type the name of the application and locate the program by clicking the Browse button. That's it!

Example: HOW TO ADD WINAMP IN THE CONTEXT MENU: (As Requested)

Don't forget to click the backup first...
Open WinBubble > miscellaneous tab > Click "windows explorer (all files)" > type "WinAmp" or any in the name > Click the browse button for the path > add " %1"

Name: WinAmp
command: [path] %1

Lastly, Click the Add button... That's it!!!

Enjoy!!!

Note: In Internet Explorer, Permission must be set first and the added Entries will become the default application that will open instead of IE.

Manually Adding the Entries (Windows Vista and XP):

As I have promised WinBubble "Customization and Tweaking, Not Just for Geeks But for All" will start the idea of Simplicity and Knowledge.

1. Open the Regedit.exe and expand the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT

2. These are the location of Context Menu Customization settings:

Computer: CLSID\{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}\shell
Internet Explorer: CLSID\{871C5380-42A0-1069-A2EA-08002B30309D}\shell
Network: CLSID\{F02C1A0D-BE21-4350-88B0-7367FC96EF3C}\shell
Start Menu/Folders: Directory\Shell
Desktop/Explorer: Directory\Background\shell\
Windows Explorer (All Files): *\shell\
Drives: Drive\shell

3. Create a folder inside the path above. The folder name is the one that will be seen in the context menu.

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}\shell\Open WinBubble

4. Add another folder named "command", double click "(Default)" and enter the location of the file. You can use a command-line parameter or switch in executing the application.

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}\shell\Open WinBubble\command

For Windows Explorer Open With Commands:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\Open with Notepad\command

click "(Default)" and enter these: notepad.exe %1

Enjoy!

More EXAMPLES:

Note: Click the Backup Button to backup the original settings

1. Add "Shut OFF" in computer context menu, to turn off your laptop monitor:
1. Download WinFlog Extreme
2. Extract the file and locate the file "WinFlogTurnOff.exe"
3. Open WinBubble > miscellaneous tab > Click "Computer" > type "Shut Me Off" or any in the name > Click the browse button for the path and browse where "WinFlogTurnOff.exe" is located.

Name: "Shut Off"
command: [path]

2. Add "Eject my DVD" in computer context menu:
1. Download WinFlog Extreme
2. Extract the file and locate the file "ControlCD.exe"
3. Open WinBubble > miscellaneous tab > Click "Computer" > type "Shut Off" or any in the name > Click the browse button for the path and browse where "ControlCD.exe" is located.

Name: "Eject my DVD"
command: [path]

Lastly, Click the Add button... That's it!!!

My other ideas: Add a Restart, Shutdown, and Sleep Context Menu

Other tips:

Cleaning Internet Explorer Context Menu Items or Entries

Removing File-type Menus and Changing File Type Icons in Windows Vista

Add "Hide This File" and "Hide This Folder" to your Right-Click / Context Menu in Windows Vista and XP

Kill 'em All: Close Multiple Programs at the Same Time

Add "Hide/Show My Computer" in Network Icon Context Menu


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