FileMenu Tools is an application that lets you customize Windows Explorer context menus. The application adds built-in utilities to perform operations on files and folders and adds special commands that allow you to run external applications, copy/move to specific folders, or delete specific types of files. With the FileMenu Tools, you can also customize the “Send To ” submenu and enable or disable context menu commands added by other applications.
FileMenu Tools Key Features:
Add built-in utilities that perform file and folder operations. This utility is described in more detail below.
Add custom commands that perform specific actions. The possible actions are as follows:
Run external applications.
Copy/move to a specific folder.
Delete certain types of files.
Send the selected files as attachments to the recipients of the emails.
Rename selected files using a set of rules.
Configure the “Send to …” submenu.
Enable/disable commands added by other applications to the context menu.
What’s new in FileMenu Tools?
Custom commands: you can add wildcard characters (* and ?) in the “Element Types/Files/Extensions” property.
Fixed bug in custom commands: the “Element Types/Folders/Specific Folders/Include child folders” property was not saved.
Fixed bug in rename custom commands: if a default profile was set, then the configured profile in the custom command was not loaded.
Fixed bug in “Copy to…” and “Move to…”: part of the “OK” button in the window was hidden by another control.
Fixed bug: the Export & Import Settings function was not working correctly. If you have created a backup of the settings, then you need to export again the configuration in order to import it correctly in the future.
Fixed minor bugs.
How to install & activate?
Disconnect from the internet (Recommended).
Extract and install FileMenu Tools by using setup.
After the installation, don’t run the program or exit if launched.
Copy the patch to the installation directory, run it, and click on the Patch.