Context menus are more useful than they seem at first sight: they give access to many different functions with just two clicks.
Now with QwikTulz you can customize the context menu in Wiindows File Explorer with new commands that the Microsoft operating system doesn't include by default. Among others, you'll find options such as "copy path to clipboard", "DOS prompt here", "new folder here" or "convert directory into a new drive".
QwikTulz also includes a couple of extra options: one that enables you to convert files (from BAT to COM, from COM to EXE, from EXE to COM) and another one that adds a few new options to command line.
QwikTulz is definitely a great tool for heavy mouse users. I especially liked the fact that you can apply changes to the context menu without having to restart. The main drawback is that you can only choose from the options provided in the program – and not add new ones selected by yourself.
QwikTulz lets you add some new handy options to the context menu in Windows File Explorer.