Easily Add Edit Items From New Context Menu With New Menu Editor Share
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The conventional method to add or delete a file type from the New context menu available in right-click menu involves editing Windows registry, and we all know how dangerous that can be for novice users. If you want to avoid messing up the Windows registry, you can use New Menu Editor. It is a context menu editor that allows you to add new file types to the New context menu through a simple GUI. If some of the original items are useless to you, the program also lets you delete existing file types to reduce cluttering. You can add an empty file or a predefined template to New context menu, based on your requirement.

The interface has Add to New Menu, Remove From New Menu and Search buttons at the top, the list of current New context menu items appear in the right pane and a list of items that can be added is available in the left pane. To add an item, simply select it from the list in the left and click Add to New Menu. Items can be deleted by selecting them in the right pane and clicking Remove From New button.

New Menu Editor

From Add To New Menu File Type Selector window, select if you want to add the shortcut as an empty file, or as a pre-defined template, and click OK. Right-click your desktop and select Refresh to view the newly added item in New context menu.

Add To New Menu File Type Selector

New Menu Editor is a portable application that works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, provided Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 or higher is installed on your system.

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