The right-click menu in Windows (also known as the context-menu) offers you many features, options or actions when you click on a particular type of object in a folder or on the desktop. But there are still many other useful options that we may want to add to the context menu. The freeware Right Click Enhancer makes it very easy to add many useful features to the Right Click menu in windows.
Right Click Enhancer is available both as an installer or as a portable application. You can download it from the RBSoft Softwares website. I always prefer the portable application as it does not install anything on your system and leaves almost no fingerprints. Although if you prefer the installable version, then you can run it from its desktop shortcut after the installation. The Right Click Enhancer window gives you a list of tools that you can use to enhance the context menu.
The Right Click Tweaker tool can be used to add many useful commands to the context menu. Using it you can add options like Verify Files, Encrypt, Copy Content, Calculate Hash, God Mode and many more. To add an option, all you have to do is check that option and close the Tweaker window.
The Send To Manager allows you to add, delete or disable the items in the Send To sub-menu of the context menu. You can click on the add folder icon in the toolbar to add a new sub-menu to the Send To menu, click on the add new file icon in the toolbar to add a new Send To item and click on the remove icon to remove an existing item from Send To menu.
The New Menu Editor does the same thing for the New File sub-menu, as the Send To manager does for the the Send To sub-menu. The Smart Renamer can be used to rename files using search and replace methods and using the ID3 tags for MP3 files etc. Right Click Enhancer also has a feature called SmartSFV that can be used to verify whether a file has been corrupted or not. SmartSFV is similar to the SFC service of Windows operating system.
You can download Right Click Enhancer from http://rbsoft.org/downloads/right-click-enhancer.