When navigating through your Windows file menus, you often find yourself performing a number of tasks, from altering the timestamp to creating new folders. In the Geek Choice office, one of my jobs entails the management of certain directories, which means the creation of multiple folders and management of the files contained therein are routine tasks.
Aiding in this process is an extremely helpful utility called JDContextMenu, a utility that updates your right-click Windows context menu with a number of helpful additions. This application bundles various features that you’d otherwise have to perform multiple clicks to use, including them all in your right-click context menu.
Some of those features include altering the time and date of a file, creating new folders (where you can, in fact, generate multiple new folders at once), copying the full filename to your clipboard, and running an MD5 checksum to assess the integrity of a file.
These are all tasks that you can perform right now, but JDContextMenu consolidates them in one convenient menu, sparing you those extra clicks executing them would normally require. If you’re someone who spends a considerable amount of time managing the folders on your computer, this might be something to look into.
You can grab JDContextMenu here.
NOTE: This is my 100th blog, something of a special occasion. For those who’ve followed the Geek Choice blog from its inception, you know that I’ve tried to keep the public as informed as possible, linking you to helpful utilities and updating you on news that’s relevant to your computing experience. As long as I’m here, I will continue to contribute to this blog, keeping you informed and making your life on the PC a little bit easier. If you ever have feedback to share, never hesitate to drop me a line.