I remember my first experience using a mouse, back in the day. I was tutoring word processing students at Oakland University in Rochester, MI in a Mac lab. 90% of all the troubleshooting we did back then involved 2 things – don’t hit return at the end of every line of text (people were too used to hitting the carriage return on a type writer), and most verbal exchanges often began with, “OK, now, take your mouse and move it over to…” That was in 1984, almost 30 years later, we’re still tethered to these magical pointing devices, and in order to get a better handle on how you work with them, cool utilities like Right Click Enhancer can make working with a mouse on a Windows box a lot easier.
Right Click Enhancer allows you to control the right click, or context menu everyone uses. With it, you can edit your right click menu, customizing it to give you the options you need. Right Click Enhancer consists of seven tools to manage your context menu.
Sometimes your PC desktop is cluttered with lots of shortcuts. These issue is easily solved by the Right Click Shortcuts Creator tool. It allows you to add applications, files and folder shortcuts to your right click context menu. If need be, you can also create sub menus if you have Windows 7 or Windows 8. You can add applications, files and folder shortcuts to these sub menus, too.
You can add command line arguments to the application shortcuts as well as edit previously added shortcuts and sub menus with ease. Regardless of how much you customize your context menus, your PC’s performance will not be affected.
Right Click Tweaker allows you to add useful functions to your right click context menu. With it, you can add functions that help save time by enhancing the common tasks found on your context menu, like copying or moving files, renaming files and accessing admin options.
Right Click Tweaker is a great utility to have and one that most users who find it will register, in my opinion. The app is slightly overpriced at $10 USD, but not greatly so. Depending on the level of customization you take and the OS you have on your PC (XP vs. Win7/8), you should easily be able to justify the expense.
The app’s Win7 God Mode brings all of Windows 7 customizations together in one place and places it clearly atop my short list of must have applications for my Windows 7 PC.