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Mmm Free 2.02

by James 28 November 2008 One Comment

Overview
Mmm Free is a freeware program that allows you to customize your Windows context menus, hiding items or moving them to the “rarely used” menu.

 

Review 

Many programs install context menu entries, and most times you don’t really need those entries in the context menu. Sometimes after right clicking on a file you get a context menu that is kilometers long, and that does you no good, it slows down the system and makes the items you really need hard to find. 
That’s where Mmm Free can help you.

 

 

It adds a bar on the left side of your context menus, and if you click that bar a window pops up. There you can move the items to the “hidden” folder or to the “rarely used” folder. It’s very simple and quite effective.

Version Tested 
2.02

Author
http://hace-software.com/


Operating System 
Windows XP

Download link
download

Summary
Crystal_Clear_action_edit_add Very easy to use.
Crystal_Clear_action_edit_add Tiny, only 860 KB.
Crystal_Clear_action_edit_remove I found no real weaknesses, maybe you can help me with that 🙂


Rating
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Verdict
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This is one to keep, a must have for any Windows XP user.

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  • Revan343 said:

    “…a must have for any Windows XP user.”
    Is that to imply that it doesn’t work in Vista?

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