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Add your items to Windows Explorer Shell Context Menu - it never was easier: Windows Explorer Shell Context Menu Pro v4.91 was released

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Add items to Windows Explorer Shell Context Menu Pro easily - how? An answer is simple - use Windows Explorer Shell Context Menu Pro , .Net component (C#, VB.NET, etc.) that will help you to add all your items to Windows Explorer Shell Context Menu Pro.

Articles in this section describe methods for custom items appending to Windows 95 / 98 Explorer Shell context menu, they will not work on the latest operating systems, such as Windows XP, Windows Vista , Windows XP/Vista x64 (64-bit editions). Methods for appending of custom items (entries) to Windows Explorer Shell Context Menu Pro, described here, are outdated.

To add your items to Windows Explorer Shell Context Menu Pro you should use Windows Explorer Shell Context Menu Pro component, according to Microsoft guidelines.

 



Enhanced version of the CreateProcess function
Enhanced version of the CreateProcess function

In one of my programs, I needed to wait until an external application finished processing some data, and wanted to minimize the main window during that time to prevent the user from doing anything else before the results were available. That's why I wrote CreateProcessEx.
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CreateProcess - And Windows Explorer
CreateProcess - And Windows Explorer

The CreateProcess function creates a new process and its primary thread. The new process executes the specified executable file.
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CreateProcess Function
CreateProcess Function

Creates a new process and its primary thread. The new process runs in the security context of the calling process.

If the calling process is impersonating another user, the new process uses the token for the calling process, not the impersonation token. To run the new process in the security context of the user represented by the impersonation token, use the CreateProcessAsUser or CreateProcessWithLogonW function.
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Undocumented CreateProcess
Undocumented CreateProcess

This tutorial forms a part of a new series which will concentrate on some of the non-GUI related issues in Windows programming. The subject of this tutorial will be the CreateProcess win32 API call. The tutorial is split into several sections, each one describing a neat fact about CreateProcess which you can use to your advantage. What I will describe cannot be found in Microsoft documentation, but has been discovered by many people over the years through alot of experimentation. All of the information collected here was found in various sources - especially older publications such as "Windows Developer Journal" from the mid-90s and also old USENET postings.
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MenuInfo and Explorer Context Menus

Make an ExtenderProvider that adds images and different fonts to MenuItems in VB .NET

This example shows how to make an ExtenderProvider that adds images and different fonts to MenuItems in VB .NET. The provider catches the MeasureItem and DrawItem events for a MenuItem object and draws its image and text using the indicated font.

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MenuInfo: Displays application menu structures
MenuInfo: Displays application menu structures

MenuInfo is a another rather simple utility developed to view the entire menu structure of any visible application.
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WM_CONTEXTMENU Notification

WM_CONTEXTMENU Notification

The WM_CONTEXTMENU message notifies a window that the user clicked the right mouse button (right-clicked) in the window.


Syntax

    WM_CONTEXTMENU

        WPARAM wParam
        LPARAM lParam;

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TrackPopupMenu Function

TrackPopupMenu Function

The TrackPopupMenu function displays a shortcut menu at the specified location and tracks the selection of items on the menu. The shortcut menu can appear anywhere on the screen.


Syntax

    BOOL TrackPopupMenu(      
        HMENU hMenu,
        UINT uFlags,
        int x,
        int y,
        int nReserved,
        HWND hWnd,
        CONST RECT * prcRect
    );

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EnableMenuItem Function
EnableMenuItem Function

The EnableMenuItem function enables, disables, or grays the specified menu item.
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