W7 Context Menu Tool is a portable application which allows adding Control Panel and other useful items to the Windows 7 right-click context menu. It is extremely simple to use and provides a great utility of integrating useful windows features to the right-click menu. It has vaster options than the formerly reviewed PowerMenu. Just run the Win7 Context Menu Tool.exe file and choose the features than you wish to add or remove. The utility of this tool can be measured by the fact that it allows integrating anything like the Firefox browser, Calculator, Time/Date, Internet Options, registry editor, etc to the Windows 7 context menu.
Just launch this portable application and select the items that you wish to add or remove. The left hand side menu contains options to add items to the context menu, whereas, the right hand side menu can be used to remove items. After you are done selecting your options, click Apply for the changes to take effect. The specified features will be instantly integrated to the context menu. Another good thing about this app is that you do not require restarting the system for the changes to take effect. Once you click Apply, the app disappears and the changes are automatically made.
As you can see in the below image, the Shut Down option, registry editor and Task Manager were added to the menu.
As it is a tool solely built for Windows 7, therefore, it does not work with other operating systems.