shell utilities


AttrMenu – added 9/26/2005

AttrMenu is a Windows Explorer Context Menu extension allowing direct access to a file’s attributes. Much easier than using the Properties dialog box.


ExecParm – added 9/26/2005

ExecParm is another Context Menu extension for Windows Explorer. It allows you to run a program with parameters on the command line. Seems useless? Without ExecParm you’ll have to go to the Start | Run… menu, remember the path for the executable and then enter the command line parameters.


Context Menu Editor – added 9/24/2005

Context Menu Editor can view and delete links to programs on your context menus (the popup menus you see when you right-click). Context Menu Editor does not delete the programs, it just removes them from your menus. Menu deletions cannot be undone so please use with care – you may need to reinstall your software if you want them back. Context Menu Editor can view and delete menu items for right clicking on files, right clicking on folders and right clicking in Internet Explorer.


ShellExtension – added 9/20/2005

ShellExtension extends Windows Explorer User Interface with 3 useful commands for graphic files. ShellExtension adds an option to context menu that allows you to view a thumbnail of an image, convert it to any of supported formats and print them.


TitleTime – added 9/18/2005

TitleTime adds the current date and/or time to the Caption of the currently active application window. Additional options are a second clock (with a different time), week number, GMT/UTC time, Swatch Internet Time and Sounds at each full, half or quarter hour. It is also possible to set alarms, which will display user-defined pictures and/or execute resp. open programs, wave-files or documents.


Folder Size Extension – added 9/17/2005

Folder Size Explorer Extension adds a new column to the Details view in Windows Explorer. The new column shows not only the size of files, but also the size of folders. It keeps track of which folders you view, and scans them in the background so you can see complete size of all files within the folder. It’s very useful for cleaning up your disk. Once you get used to having that information available, a directory listing simply looks incomplete without it!


Power Shell – added 9/5/2005

PowerShell for Windows XP adds items such as: add/remove programs, calculator, clean drive, control panel, dos prompt, edit registry, system restore, reboot, backup this folder and more to your context menus.

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