I would like to add Q-Dir to windows system shell context menu!
It is very easy to add Q-Dir to windows system shell context menu via Q-Dir extras menu!
Content / Solution / Tip:
1.) Add Q-Dir to Explorer Context menu!
Over: ► Menu ► Extras ► System ► Add Q-Dir to shell context
Important: Please use ... always the latest Q-Dir file manager version!
2.) Use Shift-Key + Context-Menu to see more in Explorer Context menu!
If you mark objects in the MS-Explorer, or a shell-based file manager, such as Q-Dir , and then right-click to call up the context menu, a selection of functions will appear. You'll see even more features if you also hold down the SHIFT key during the right-click!
with and without shift key!
| (Image-1) Shift + right click context menu in the explorer views!
It really makes very sense to use these MS Explorer entries in the Quad Explorer, whether in the new MS Windows OS, or on one of the older MS OS, it was tested at all and successfully verified.
FAQ 67: Updated on: 26 September 2019 08:36
It is very simple to disable or enable Auto-Expand folder feature in Q-Dir Menu ► Extras ► Tree-View ►
Please check the settings on: Menu > Extras > System > "Enable Privilege" And please disable it. In some companies, networks, or NTFS drives, this leads to
To start with a favorite settings, without to register *.qdr files for Q-Dir please create a shortcut
Its easy in to change the look of the Address-Bar Over ► The Main Menu ► Extras ► Address-Bar ► Modern or Classic address bar
Its easy in Quad-Explorer, pleas Drag and Drop the *.qdr files on the Taskbar in Windows-10/8.1/7. See also: ► Q-Dir opens 4 times my computer, last setting
Please start the File-Manager Q-Dir one time as 4x Menu ► Extras ► Start as Then it should work. Image-1 Automatically updated to the latest Surface 4x
The option to automatically adjust the column width is also available in the Quad Explorer Q-Dir If you are reluctant to use the Save column in File Explorer
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- When I right-click on a file and go to sendto menu, I get the regular items, but also I get the Extended Menu which is a pain to scan up to the selection I really want.
But, When I use Internet Explorer, I get only the sendto folder links, which is what I want. The only time I get the extended menu is if I hold down the "shift" key before right-clicking, which is as it should be.
I could solve this buy deleting all my "user profile" items, but I do not want to.
I love your Q-Dir program. It is so much more capable and useful than I.E.
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