In past we have posted a detailed tutorial to customize Command bar (Folder Band or Toolbar) in Windows 7 Explorer:
The above tutorial involves Windows Registry editing to add new buttons like cut, copy, paste, delete, rename, undo, Select All, etc to Command Bar in Windows Explorer as shown in following screenshot:
We also posted ready-made registry script which can automatically add these buttons in Windows Explorer which can be downloaded using following link:
Today we are going to share a free, small and portable utility which allows you to easily and quickly add these buttons in Windows 7 Explorer Command Bar.
"Custom Explorer Toolbar" is a new tool created by Nirsoft which allows you to easily customize the toolbar of Windows Explorer, and add buttons that were existed in previous versions of Windows, like Copy, Cut, Paste, Select All, and more.
This utility also allows you to remove the toolbar buttons that you previously added. This utility only works on Windows 7. It doesn't work on Windows Vista. Both 32-bit and x64 systems are supported.
Once you run the program, you can can choose the toolbar mode, buttons, and folder type, and then press the 'Do It !' button to add the toolbar buttons your selected.
You can add buttons for 2 conditions:
- When no items are selected
- When one or more items are selected
Following are 2 screenshots of the output:
Thanks to our friend Martin for sharing it...