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Windows 7: Add Delete to Recycle Bin to Context Menu on Folder Space

21 Jul 2012   #1
lakecityransom

Win7 64bit
 
 
Add Delete to Recycle Bin to Context Menu on Folder Space

I want something on the context menu that:
1. I can right click on empty folder space within the folder
2. Context menu says "delete folder to recycle bin"
3. The folder and all its contexts disappears and therefore so does the window I just used to delete it

You can do this with filemenu tools, but only for PERMANENT delete. I think this is too dangerous. Also sometimes I regret deleting something immediately. I just do it out of convenience. I have looked into the custom commands of filemenu tools and it does not facilitate this action. Also I tried contacting the dev, but he is mute.


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24 Jul 2012   #2
lakecityransom

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