Users of Windows Explorer and Internet Explorer will be familiar with how clustered the context menu in these tools can sometimes be. As a result, it is necessary for you to find a way to deal with it by banking on certain tools for entry removal. While many such utilities abound, not much of them can do the job satisfactorily. This software program under review is one of the handfuls that can efficiently execute the task. The software application makes entry removal easier than you can get if you use similar utilities. No doubt, this tool is one of the best in this regard.
One cool thing about this tool is that it lets you circumvent the trouble you would have ordinarily faced by editing your registry to get rid unwanted entries in the right-click context menus of Internet Explorer and Windows Explorer. Although the Internet Explorer comes with just one right-click context menu to change, Windows Explorer, on the other hand, boasts of different contexts based on where you have right-clicked or hit the tool’s menu key. Thus, this powerful software utility can edit out context entries for virtually everything, or if you like, just sub-contexts like drives and directories. Everything depends largely on what you want.
MenuMaid is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in system miscellaneous category and is available to all software users as a free download.