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XP Context Tools: a set of utilities that become incorporated to the Windows Explorer context menu, offering a few more tools for files and folders managing.
During the installation process, the user can choose the "Custom" selection so the application let the user to specify which add/ons to install. By selecting "Typical" or "Complete", all the adds will be installed. Any time, by selecting "Uninstall or Modify" on the context tools program menu, the user can add or remove items in the Context Menu.
New Context Tools:
Copy this path - Windows file or folder path is copied to the clipboard ("C:\Archivos de programa\Mach5 Software\Kremlin\Kremlin Encrypt.exe").
Copy Dos Path - Dos file or folder path is copied to the clipboard (C:\Progra~1\Camtech\Spywar~1\Spywar~1.exe).
New Folder Here - Creates a New Folder where the user clicks this option.
Select All Items - Select all Files or Folders in a given Directory.
Move To Folder - Move all selected items to an existing folder or create a new folder right away.
Copy To Folder - Copy all selected items to an existing folder or create a new folder right away.
Command Window Here - Opens a command line in DOS mode right where the users clicks.
Add Your Own enables the user to add any chosen application to My Computer's context menu.
- very simple and useful application