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Windows 7: Edit Menubar in Windows 7

10 Dec 2009   #1

Edit Menubar in Windows 7

I wan to edit the Menubar of the Explorer in Windows 7.
I would like to add some function-buttons like:
copy,cut,paste,delete, search die folder

In windows XP it is possible to edit the bar with right click menu.
So i also want to edit the Menubar (or Symbolbar) in Windows 7.
how is this possible ?

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10 Dec 2009   #2

Windows 7 Home 64, Vista Ultimate 64

Try Classic Shell: ANN: Classic Shell - start menu and other features
It has up, cut, copy, paste and delete. The next version (coming in a few days) will also have a "properties" button.

I don't understand what "search die folder" is

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11 Dec 2009   #3

Win 7

Look the post from Disk4mat
How to rearrange the items in toolbar of windows explor
So you can add copy, delete and so on.
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13 Dec 2009   #4


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by moinmoin View Post
Look the post from Disk4mat
How to rearrange the items in toolbar of windows explor
So you can add copy, delete and so on.
Tried this and added Copy,Cut,Paste,Delete and it works.
Its a bit confusing, cause ist is dynamic and not a static Menu like in XP ....
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