'Four Great Context Menu Extensions', and 'Xp Clean Menu'
Four Great Context Menu Extensions
Context menu shell extensions for Windows Explorer: one to select all, one to go back, one that toggles the hide - display file extensions setting and one that toggles the hide - display hidden files setting.
Xp Clean Menu
According to the author, "The purpose of this menu system is 1 clean adware and spyware (these are not viruses or Trojans), 2 clean out all junk and collected files, 3 clean out windows compressed and archived files, 4 clean out the bad locations and shortcuts (including the ones we just created by cleaning and removing files) and 5 defragmenting and categorizing, because we have made open spaces on the hard drive (room to move), this places the most important files first and least important files last on the hard drive".
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