Lammer Context Menu Adds Kick to Your Right-Click

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Windows Explorer's right-click context menu is a useful, if somewhat anemic, tool--unless you use freebie Lammer Context Menu, that is. This nifty little utility powers up the context menu by adding several useful new functions to it.

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Lammer Context Menu powers up the Windows Explorer right-click context menu with new options.

One of the more useful new features is Batch Rename, which will let you quickly rename a group of files or folders. Highlight a group of files or folders in Windows Explorer, right-click it and select Batch Rename from Lammer Context Menu, you can rename them all in a single action.

Lammer Context Menu has a number of other useful features. Command line junkies will be pleased to see that they can use Lammer Context Menu to open a command prompt at the current folder location, for example. You can also use it to open a highlighted file in Notepad, select all files of a certain file type, and calculate a checksum for any file. It's free, it's small and it's useful--what's not to like?

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