A lightweight application that lists the drivers installed on your computer.
Search for drivers, and filter the list by description, base, company and size.
List drivers by date and version, and filter the list by date and version.
Export the list to TXT file, or browse for a specific target file extension.
Runs on Windows 7 or Windows 8, 32 and 64 bit editions.
What’s new in version 2.1:
Improved hardware compatibility,
Portable application size,
Improved start-up performance.
On the server you’ll find a set of files and directories that make up your website.
The directory /home/user/public_html/ contains all the files and folders you’ll be able to access with a web browser.
The directory /home/user/ includes subdirectories for uploaded files.
The directory /home/user/public_html/ includes subdirectories for uploaded files.
In most cases, the user directory is called /home/user/public_html/, and the uploaded files directory is named /home/user/public_html/files/
Inside the user directory, you’ll find the web page (htdocs) and other folders (images, scripts, etc.) that contain the content of your website.
If the account is activated, the file index.html or index.php will be located inside the public_html/ directory.
The operating system will attempt to put the document in a folder named after the domain name you’ve chosen.
For example, if you have the domain example.com, the user directory is /home/user/public_html/ and the web page will be in /home/user/public_html/index.html
If you haven’t yet configured the server settings, leave the default settings.
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Edit Text Tool
Use the Text Editing Tool to perform basic text operations such as cut, copy, paste, and more.
The Get Content shortcut allows you to easily get back any file that was recently deleted by holding down the Windows button and selecting the file in the Windows Explorer window.
Quickly locate files and folders.
Search for text in a file or text document.
In case you lost the path to a file, this shortcut allows you to get back a list of all the directories on your drive.
Take you back to the previous directory.
Move a file or folder in a different location.
With this shortcut, you can set a program to open a specific file type.
Open with other.
Change the default program to open a specific file type.
Create a new folder in the current location.
Pin to taskbar.
Pin the application to your taskbar.
Pin to start.
Pin the application to your start screen.
Reload a file.
Save a file that you accidentally deleted.
Search for a specific text string in a file or folder.
Access the application settings.
See information about a file or folder.
Unpin from taskbar.
Unpin an application from the taskbar.
Unpin from start.
Unpin an application from the start menu.
It is recommended to use the user icons and shortcuts.
If you would like to add entries to the Compact Context Menu, you must first add them to the Default Context Menu. After you have finished adding entries to the Default Context Menu, you can go to File | Options | Default Context Menu | Add, select the program that you want to use as the executable file, the path, and the icon.
You can not change the Default Context Menu entries.
Why is it called «Custom Context Menu»?
This program is called Custom Context Menu because it was developed and coded by user. The person that developed and coded this program also wanted to include something that he/she felt was missing from the default context menu. The functionality included in this program is a way to expand the default context