Is Your Context Menu a Mile Long?

Do you have trouble weeding through all the crap to find the things that you use all the time? This program from Hace will enable you to easily and efficiently edit your context menu and move all the junk under a file heading “rarely used”. It is an easy interface that lets you select which entries to leave in your context menu. The name of the product is Mmm. Once you pick what you want to show in your context menu Mmm has to run all the time but it uses almost no cpu or memory and is a process clearly visible in task manager (or process explorer). Therefore, it does assign itself to your “start with Windows” list of programs that run automatically every time you boot up. Mmm is an easy, clean, and efficient way to take care of your context menu.


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