Last week, I told you about a neat tool that adds certain features to your right-click Windows context menu. Well, here’s another helper of sorts, with an even more impressive array of features that render the right-click context menu an immediately available – and quite powerful – tool you can use to manage files and folders on your computer.
Lammer Context Menu updates your right-click context menu with several useful additions that many of you might find handy.
With this tool, you can:
- Mount a virtual drive
- Copy paths
- Select specific file types within a folder
- Search within a folder
- Register DLL files
- Open a command prompt
As you can see, some of the features are a good deal more powerful than your basic commands. Additionally, it offers even more advanced options, allowing you to access the path operations screen where you can manage files based on wildcards.
This is a free utility available for use on Windows (working with both 32bit and 64bit versions).
You can grab it here.