Saturday, April 28, 2007

Start Button Context Menu

Using this tweak, you can run applications from the context menu
of the start button, i.e. by right clicking on the start button.

Open the registry from Start Menu > Run > regedit and follow the path:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Shell Key.

Right click on Shell Key, and create a new sub-key named after the
program you want to associate it with, say, Notepad. Now select this key
and create another sub-key named 'Command' and set its 'Default' entry
value as the path to the executable for example 'C:\windows\notepad.exe'.

Now if you right click on Start Menu you will see new entry for launching

Related Limks:
Add 'Copy To' and 'Move To' in Context Menu

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