|19 Jan 2010||#1|
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How to customize Windows Explorer file menu item order?
When the left tree is highlighted in Windows Explorer, the File menu can be used to create a new folder. I know CTRL-SHIFT-N is the "new" shortcut for new folder, but I have used "Alt-F <enter> <enter>" for so long that I do it automatically.
Windows 7 has injected menu items "Share With" and "Groove Folder Synchronization" at the top of the menu above "New". I find I am accidentally changing folders to "share with nobody" when I wanted to create a new folder.
How can I move "Share With" and "Groove Folder Synchronization" down the menu, or move "New" to the top of the menu?
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