Using context menu is the quickest way to do certain tasks on Windows-based PCs. You can immediately access a software, execute a command or do edit operations from right-click menu.
The right-click menu or context menu already has the wide range of useful options, but there might be some things to which you need quick access.
Earlier we used to do it by editing registry and going through some complex procedure and the procedure used to differ for different Windows versions. But when you are using a software to do it, it becomes all much easier and quicker.
Easy Context Menu is one such free software which can be used on all latest Windows systems. When you start the program you will see a list of commands ready to be added to different context menus.
All the options shown are self-explanatory, you just need to select the options that you want to add to context menu. You can read more about this over here
Easy Context Menu is compatible with Windows 7 and Windows Vista (32-bit + 64-bit both). You can download this small free software from the link given below.
I usually don’t like using add-ons. I find them intrusive and are not of much use – for me at least. But this tiny add-on has somehow managed to stay in my Firefox . Gmail Notifier is a Firefox add-on which will notify about incoming mails. Well, I agree there are already too many of them. But there is something different about this one.
When others just notify you of the new email, this one not only previews the email in a tiny box but also allows you to simply Mark as read, report spam, trash or archive the message. How much of your time would be saved every day? You can simply delete those “not so useful mails” with two mouse clicks without having to switch between multiple tabs.
It also supports multiple accounts and label based notifications. To know more about label based notifications, follow this link.
1. Multiple account support
2. Multiple label support
3. Low bandwidth usage by using RSS technology
4. Mark as read, report span, trash or archive messages right from Firefox toolbar
This might not be of much use for everyone, but those who rely heavily on Gmail for office work or other important communication and need to continuously monitor their mail account, this one would save a lot of time. To get this add-on, click on the Add to Firefox button below.
It was possible to change the logon and logoff music from control panel in Windows 7. However this functionality is left hidden in Windows 8 and we don’t know the reason why, but we can definitely help you to get it back in Windows 8. Follow the steps given below.
Our favorite shortcut – Win + R.
Type regedit and press enter.
Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER/AppEvents/EventLables.
Look for WindowsLogon in the left pane. Select it.
Change the DWORD value to 0 for ExcludeFromCPL key.
Repeat the same process for WindowsLogoff and SystemExit.
Now press Win + X. Select Control Panel.
Go to Hardware and sound -> Sound.
There you can change all the system sounds. You can even select custom sounds using this.