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Thread: Tweak the RECYCLE BIN Context Menu in Vista

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    Default Tweak the RECYCLE BIN Context Menu in Vista

    With the help of this tutorial you will learn how to add a program of your choice to the Recycle Bin context menu for easy use in Windows Vista. As an example I will be using the program TuneUp Utilities.
    Here's how you can do this>>>

    * Click on the Start button.
    * In the search box, type regedit and hit Enter.
    * Click Continue to bypass button the UAC prompt.
    * In regedit, navigate to
    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{645FF040-5081-101B-9F0B-00AA002F954E}\shell
    * In the left pane, right click shell and click Key under the New menu.
    * Type the name of the program TuneUp (you can type anything you wish, it just makes sense to give the name of the program) and press Enter.
    * Again in the left pane, right click on the TuneUp key we created in the above step and click Key under the New menu.
    * Type command and hit Enter.





    * Moving into the right pane, double-click on (Default) and click Modify.
    * In the Value data field, type the full path of the program.exe file



    * Click OK to apply
    * Exit Registry Editor and you're done.
    * You can add as many programs as you want. Just repeat the same steps for each program.

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    Good one..This really helps to add some of your applications to recycle bin.

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