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Need to change the order in which the right click context menu options appear

I Need to change the order in which the right click context menu options appear.

How can this be done?
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Donald StewartNetwork AdministratorCommented:
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torimarCommented:
Please check out this free utility:
http://www.hace.us-inc.com/mmm.shtml
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senadCommented:
last is xp only and first does not change the order of things...
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senadCommented:
W7 manager from http://yamicsoft.com/windows7manager/index.html has the option to enable/disable these menus.Now,I have not tried disabling few and then enabling some to check if the order changes.
But you can download it and try.
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Donald StewartNetwork AdministratorCommented:

"last is xp only and first does not change the order of things..."


Not very productive shooting down other experts comments, this isnt a contest of mines better than yours.
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ringwCommented:
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senadCommented:
dstewartjr - I checked your link and that is all ....(which i do not usually do)
ringw - Is this  for w7 ? Also,I cant see it changes sort order....
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ringwCommented:
Yes, works with Windows 7 without any problem. In your main screen you have under "Actions" a "Move Up" and "Move Down" button, or you can just drag and drop in the right pane.
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Donald StewartNetwork AdministratorCommented:
I'd imagine that most admins would stay away from 3rd party apps(trial versions).

I make it a habit to check the other links to ensure I'm not posting something already mentioned...btw
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torimarCommented:
"last is xp only and first does not change the order of things..."

The remark "XP only!" was posted on their website in July 2005, one and a half years before Vista was first released. So obviously it was meant to say that the tool is not downward compatible. It may still work on Vista and 7 - although I haven't tested.
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