So without wasting any time lets make an ultimate list of all these tutorials: Following articles will help you in adding your desired program shortcuts and various useful system tools shortcuts like Add/Remove Programs, Disk Cleanup, Control Panel, Device Manager, Event Viewer, Computer Manager, MSConfig, Registry Editor, Services Manager, Task Manager and Windows Update with icons in My Computer context menu: This tutorial helps you in adding group of shortcuts in My Computer context menu.
For example, you can add a folder "System Tools" which will contain all system tools shortcuts like Folder Options, Power Options, Administrative Tools, etc installed in your system.
Recently we posted a long article which is actually a collection of all Desktop context menu related tutorials posted here at Ask VG: Using the same idea, today in this article we are going to put our best My Computer context menu tutorials together for your convenience.
It'll help you in reading all these tutorials quickly and easily and will also make sure that you have not missed any of them.
Context menu is basically the menu which appears when you right-click somewhere e.g. Almost all Windows users use My Computer context menu to access "System Properties", "Computer Manager" and other tools.
We have posted many tutorials in past which allow you to add many interesting and useful shortcuts to My Computer context menu like Device Manager, Services, Network Connections, God Mode, Task Manager and many more.
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If you only have Microsoft sound drivers (for example because no Vista drivers matched to your hardware were available when the system was built), these will be generic drivers which won't be specifically matched to your hardware, and may cause problems sooner or later.The current Audacity version fully supports Windows Vista.It is particularly important that you use the current version for Windows Vista (or later).Having a group of shortcuts saves space and doesn't make your context menu look weird.If you use Windows Vista or 7, you might miss the classic System Properties window which used to show in Windows XP.
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