What is the best way to customize the context menu in Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit so I can add shortcuts to folders in Startmenu?
It was very easy in Windows XP Pro 32-bit: I could create a folder structure in the Startmenu, right-click each folder and choose "New" and "Create a new shortcut". Then I just browsed in the C:\Programs and selected each .exe file.
But in Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit the right-click context menu is scaled off and only displays the option for creating a new folder when right-clicking. So I wonder if there is any good software or anywhere I can change this in the Windows settings so that I get the option (just as in Windows XP) to add shortcuts to programs in C: when I right-click?