ContextConsole Shell Extension (x86-32)

ContextConsole Shell Extension (x86-32)

Free
Adds an Open Command Prompt menu item to the context menus in Windows Explorer
 
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2.1.0.1 (See all)

The ContextConsole Shell Extension adds an "Open Command Prompt" menu item to the context menus (right-click menus) in Windows Explorer so that you can open a command prompt in the selected directory (or directories) or in the current directory that you are viewing.

Main features:
*Open a command prompt in the current directory and in multiple directories at once
You can open a command prompt in the directory that you are currently in by right-clicking on any empty screen space in the directory. This eliminates the need to navigate up a level in order to open a command prompt in the current directory.
You can also open multiple command prompts by selecting a group of directories and invoking the command prompt.

*Support for elevated command prompts
On versions of Windows that have UAC (Windows Vista, Windows 7, etc.), the ContextConsole Shell Extension can be used to open elevated command prompts.

*Tiny footprint
Compared to similar shell extensions, the ContextConsole Shell Extension has an extremely small memory and disk footprint (the 32-bit version consumes less than 16 KiB of disk space).

*Free and open-source
The ContextConsole Shell Extension is open-source.

*Compatibility: international support and 64-bit-compatible
The user interface text has been translated into many languages, so that it will blend in seamlessly with most systems. Additionally, this shell extension is natively Unicode and can thus support a wide range of directory names.
Both x86-32 and x86-64 systems are natively supported, so you can use this with the increasingly common 64-bit versions of Windows.

*Support for network paths
You can even open directories from network paths (UNC paths).

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