Everyone knows the “New” submenu that is positioned in Windows Explorer’s right-click context menu.
You use it to create a new folder, text file, image, spreadsheet, etc.
However, sometimes this menu can get very crowded as you install more and more applications on your computer.
ShellNewHandler lets your Customise Explorer’s “New” Context Submenu
ShellNewHandler is a small, open source, portable application for Windows computers that serves the sole purpose of customising Windows Explorer’s “New” context submenu.
ShellNewHandler provides a list of all the filetypes that can be created using the “New” submenu.
Each item on this list has a check-box that you can use to enable or disable this item from appearing in the “New” submenu.
Usually, doing such a thing would require you to hunt deep in the Windows registry and add or delete keys, something that will intimidate ordinary mortals.
Instead, ShellNewHandler gives you a simple, easy interface to handle your “New” menu items:
ShellNewHandler is an free and open source application. You can download ShellNewHandler from SourceForge.
ShellNewHandler works on any version of Windows, though the creator intended it for Windows Vista.