Windows context menu management application

    For my own convenience, I developed a program in my spare time for managing the Windows context menu.
    The link contains the source, installer and compiled exe'shnik.

    Checked for: Winwows Vista / 7 / Server 2008 / Server 2008 R2

    Additional information for expanding the functionality, in fact, instead of the path to the files we write the following commands.

    Administration - control admintools
    Settings - control desk.cpl ,, 2
    Mouse pointers - control main.cpl ,, 1
    Date / time settings - control timedate.cpl
    Regional settings - control intl.cpl
    Sound settings - control mmsys.cpl ,, 2
    Folder properties - control folders
    Fonts - control fonts
    System properties - control sysdm.cpl
    Network connections - control ncpa.cpl
    Power supply - control powercfg.cpl
    Printers - control printers
    Programs and components - control appwiz.cpl Registry
    Editor - regedit
    Security Center - control wscui.cpl
    Task Manager - taskmgr
    Task Scheduler - Control schedtasks
    Windows firewall - control firewall.cpl
    Accounts - Control userpasswords
    Classic accounts - Control userpasswords2
    Change screensaver - control desk.cpl ,, 1
    Change theme - control desk.cpl ,, @ themes
    Change wallpaper - control desk.cpl, , @ desktop
    Desktop Icons - control desk.cpl ,, 0
    Window color - explorer shell ::: {26EE0668-A00A-44D7-9371-BEB064C98683} \\ 1 \\ :: {ED834ED6-4B5A-4bfe-8F11-A626DCB6A921} \\ pageColorization

    In general, you guessed it, as paths, you can register any console command and it will be executed.
    For example, if I want to open a folder by reference, I simply write the command: explorer.exe path_to_folder.
    If the download link is no longer available, write, reload.

    Example of work:

    Based on posts:

    Yes, I read about Your Menu, but I wrote my program before the post was published blogs / windows7 / 91069
    and since it exists and works, I post it to support antitrust.

    PS if you want to sort the menu items in the right order, then note that the entries in the registry are automatically sorted by name, and the menu items are built in the reverse order. Those. for example, if you have 8 points, then making prefixes in front of their names in the form 0_name, 1_name, ..., 7_name, you will see them in the menu starting with 7_name. Example in the picture:

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