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  1.    23 Dec 2015 #11
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    What about the Ultimate Windows Context Menu Customizer? I added a couple of programs that I use often to my context menu, and it works great. (If this was already mentioned, then my apologies)

    You can even assign an icon if you wanted, to help identify the entry quicker.

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  2.    23 Dec 2015 #12
    Join Date : Jul 2015
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    Quote Originally Posted by b1rd View Post
    I looked at this, but it says:"Ultimate Windows Context Menu Customizer is a freeware from door2windows that allows you to customize the context menu of many locations with ease in Windows XP, Vista & 7."
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  3.    23 Dec 2015 #13
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    looked at this, but it says:"Ultimate Windows Context Menu Customizer is a freeware from door2windows that allows you to customize the context menu of many locations with ease in Windows XP, Vista & 7."
    Yes, however I've been using it on my Win-10 Pro (x64) with no problems.

    However, I did launch the Program Compatibility Trouble Shooter and configured it to run like Windows-7, but it was working before I even did that. (I just check and usually opt for the "recommended compatibility settings" as a matter of routine, if it's a program that's not specifically identified as being compatible with Win-10.)

    Edit:
    I did just take a look at the site again, and it does appear that it does say that it's compatible with Win10. If you click the link and look up toward the upper right corner, there's (4) OSs' listed.

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  4.    24 Dec 2015 #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by b1rd View Post
    I did just take a look at the site again, and it does appear that it does say that it's compatible with Win10. If you click the link and look up toward the upper right corner, there's (4) OSs' listed.
    ...
    I thought that at first, they are link buttons, not part of the description.
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  5.    24 Dec 2015 #15
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    Yes, they are in fact links only. <Confusing>

    As mentioned and FWIW, I do use it on my system (Win-10 pro x64 / build 10586.36) and thus far, it seems to work fine.
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