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Windows 7: Custom right click new folder

15 Dec 2009   #1

Windows 7
Custom right click new folder

I've been searching google and the forums here for a while about whether or not its possible and how to customize the right click context menu. My desire is to be able to right click in a folder and go to New, Folder, and have another sub menu in there which would contain the old Folder to create a single new folder but would also have other sub options. Such as New, Folder, Folder with X, Y, Z sub folders inside of it. When such an option was selected a new folder would be created but it would automatically contain sub folders such as Movies, Games, and Documents as an example. Is it possible to create such a thing in a right context menu or would some batch file or other method be needed to do this ?
Any help or input about such a customization would be greatly appreciated.

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