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I need help with a particular context menu customization.

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I want to bring the Show desktop icons option from the view sub-context menu to the desktop right-click context menu. Can anyone help?

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so you wanna be able to turn off/ on shortcuts right? Try this! After a bit of searching I found this nifty thingy...

edit: ( AFTER TESTING) DUDE!!! THIS IS SO COOL!! YOU GONNA LOVE THIS!

tested on Win7 x64 ( not sure if it works on 8 )

ITS FREE... :) AWW YEAH.. :)

http://www.oxhow.com/shortcut-hack-hide-show-desktop-icons-windows-7-vista/ <--- site where its at :)

http://www.oxhow.com/downloads/HideDesktopIcons.zip <--- thats the tool ~ Hide Desktop Icons.exe :showoff:

The link wasnt easy to find so I linked it for you :)

Just click and they are off ...click again and they are on! AND NO RIGHT CLIKKING!! Just 1 click!

it sits on the desktop ( no install / its portable / just runs by itself) or in a folder and you can make a shortcut or pin it to the task bar

run it from anywhere on your system

So by helping you I got a new toy to boot WOOT! Thanks and have fun! :D

I tested it and its awesome! click on - click off

there is no delay, its so fast its awesome!

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so you wanna be able to turn off/ on shortcuts right? Try this! After a bit of searching I found this nifty thingy...

edit: ( AFTER TESTING) DUDE!!! THIS IS SO COOL!! YOU GONNA LOVE THIS!

tested on Win7 x64 ( not sure if it works on 8 )

ITS FREE... :) AWW YEAH.. :)

http://www.oxhow.com/shortcut-hack-hide-show-desktop-icons-windows-7-vista/ <--- site where its at :)

http://www.oxhow.com/downloads/HideDesktopIcons.zip <--- thats the tool ~ Hide Desktop Icons.exe :showoff:

The link wasnt easy to find so I linked it for you :)

Just click and they are off ...click again and they are on! AND NO RIGHT CLIKKING!! Just 1 click!

it sits on the desktop ( no install / its portable / just runs by itself) or in a folder and you can make a shortcut or pin it to the task bar

run it from anywhere on your system

So by helping you I got a new toy to boot WOOT! Thanks and have fun! :D

I tested it and its awesome! click on - click off

there is no delay, its so fast its awesome!

Not working on windows 8 x64.

You can try this little portable software (not yet tested by me)

Easy Context Menu v 1.10

Home page :

http://www.sordum.org/7615/easy-context-menu

I have downloaded the tool but don't know how to get the required trick with it.

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WoW!!! B) Yamicsoft's Windows Manager does the trick. Under customization.... :lol:

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I need help with a particular context menu customization.

screenshot_1393564791.png

I want to bring the Show desktop icons option from the view sub-context menu to the desktop right-click context menu. Can anyone help?

Be good and tell me which Windows you have, whether you have a Context Menu Manager - such as Yamicsoft Manager Wndows X (X = Your Windows op system, for example XP, Vista, 7, 8, ) and then I'm talking on. It isn't easy and is not also difficult to do, but like I see, You still have not received any good advice, I have.

This method has been tested and i'm using it himself on Windows 8.1x64 Pro, But it certainly works well with all versions of Windows 7 and more I do not know to say - not tested.

It is specially designed for Windows 7 and for Windows 8.

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okay well i tried and at least it works for Win7...ill try that yamicksoft too

I also have yamicsoft windows 8 manager but how to do the required trick with that?
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  • Then download first this file, unzip and put on your active drive. I have this for example on C:\HDI.exe

    The file does not need any more fitting.

    The file is absolutely clean and safe.

    If done then I tell, how add to contex menu.

http://cgs.vdsworld.com/click.php?id=56

https://www.virustotal.com/et/file/65aa324a06f0c1048594506a1e131da2a98293e97b0d43e1490ae958619d9f56/analysis/1393579887/

SHA256: 65aa324a06f0c1048594506a1e131da2a98293e97b0d43e1490ae958619d9f56

File name: HDI.exe

Detection ratio: 0 / 44

Analysis date: 2014-02-28 09:31:27 UTC

Once this is done, you can to test how it works - Open file location, right-click on file and select "Pin to Taskbar" now you can to test before adding to context menu.

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  • Then download first this file, unzip and put on your active drive. I have this for example on C:\HDI.exe

    The file does not need any more fitting.

    The file is absolutely clean and safe.

    If done then I tell, how add to contex menu.

http://cgs.vdsworld.com/click.php?id=56

https://www.virustotal.com/et/file/65aa324a06f0c1048594506a1e131da2a98293e97b0d43e1490ae958619d9f56/analysis/1393579887/

SHA256: 65aa324a06f0c1048594506a1e131da2a98293e97b0d43e1490ae958619d9f56

File name: HDI.exe

Detection ratio: 0 / 44

Analysis date: 2014-02-28 09:31:27 UTC

Wow, it's working. I like the way it works. Thanks kalju.

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Is now still need help on how to put the context menu?

You can use the Ymicsoft ContaxMenuManager, but you can also manually add in, but I can also send the registry file...

If it is on the same location C:\HDI.exe

must be this:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\background\shell\Show/Hide Desktop Icons]"Icon"="C:\\HDI.exe"[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\background\shell\Show/Hide Desktop Icons\command]@="C:\\HDI.exe"
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Is now still need help on how to put the context menu?

You can use the Ymicsoft ContaxMenuManager, but you can also manually add in, but I can also send the registry file...

If it is on the same location C:\HDIexe

must be this:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\background\shell\Show/Hide Desktop Icons]"Icon"="C:\\HDI.exe"[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\background\shell\Show/Hide Desktop Icons\command]@="C:\\HDI.exe"

Thank you so much :)

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How it is, does all works as was needed?

Absolutely, in fact, worked better as your trick HDI reduces the workflow when it is pinned to taskbar.

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How it is, does all works as was needed?

Absolutely, in fact, worked better as your trick HDI reduces the workflow when it is pinned to taskbar.

This is great! Let's live on.

Have a great day!

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