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So today I finally decide to learn how to clean up those annoying right click context menus on files in Windows 7. I discovered these very handy little apps while doing so! ☆_☆

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Now I no longer have annoying useless words all over when I right click stuff, yay~

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I also, for some reason, dealt with annoying Winrar cluttered context menu options for as long as I can remember. I can't believe how easy it was to fix..maybe I'm not the only one who overlooked this for so long? -_-

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Why would I want to COMPRESS+EMAIL by default! Begone useless options! Yay~

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