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PROS: This program works well and I didn’t find any bugs at all. My screenshots below show what kind of a difference can be made by using this software.

CONS: Untested on 64-bit (I didn’t try it as my only 64-bit machine is not for testing–it needs to be up 24/7.) Price is a little high, but still great value if you have a need to organize your context menu.

VERDICT: This program does what it says on the box: it organizes your right-click menu and helps you access what you need with ease. The Pro version is reasonably priced, although $20 is always a sweet spot for me with tools like this. I recommend the pro version in support of the developers who’ve worked hard to make this great tool.

PRICE: Free (Pro $26.)

VERSION REVIEWED: 1.37

DOWNLOAD: Moo0 Right Clicker

Moo0 Right Clicker Features

I like programs that serve one purpose and serve it well. Moo0 right clicker is designed to enhance and customize your right-click context menu and it does a great job. If your tired of seeing too much clutter (like I have) and you don’t want to manually play with Windows Registry settings, this program will go a long way for you.

Before Using Moo0 Right Clicker After Using Moo0 Right Clicker
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Why Go Pro?

I can’t find any differences between the two versions other than:

  • The free version is for personal use only.
  • The Pro version supports the software developers.
Download

Download Moo0 Right Clicker (Free) (Untested on 64-bit.)

Download Moo0 Right Clicker Pro (Untested on 64-bit.)



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Comments

  • skyzyk

    I am running Windows 7 Home Premium x64 and it works well. It gets installed in the x86 Program Files Folde. Although I tend to agree with Rich about getting the Pro version and it being a tad high I think it is well worth the price. The newer versions were geared for Win7 and I really like it. My right click menu is fully customizable. If you spend a lot of time on your computer like I do then you might want to think about it. The real thing that sold me was the customer service dept. When Win 7 came out it wouldn’t work at all and they worked hard for me developing a version that would work and well at that. I like to support companies like that.

    Thank you Rich for your informative article.

  • skyzyk

    I am running Windows 7 Home Premium x64 and it works well. It gets installed in the x86 Program Files Folde. Although I tend to agree with Rich about getting the Pro version and it being a tad high I think it is well worth the price. The newer versions were geared for Win7 and I really like it. My right click menu is fully customizable. If you spend a lot of time on your computer like I do then you might want to think about it. The real thing that sold me was the customer service dept. When Win 7 came out it wouldn’t work at all and they worked hard for me developing a version that would work and well at that. I like to support companies like that.

    Thank you Rich for your informative article.

  • skyzyk

    I am running Windows 7 Home Premium x64 and it works well. It gets installed in the x86 Program Files Folde. Although I tend to agree with Rich about getting the Pro version and it being a tad high I think it is well worth the price. The newer versions were geared for Win7 and I really like it. My right click menu is fully customizable. If you spend a lot of time on your computer like I do then you might want to think about it. The real thing that sold me was the customer service dept. When Win 7 came out it wouldn’t work at all and they worked hard for me developing a version that would work and well at that. I like to support companies like that.

    Thank you Rich for your informative article.

  • David WN

    Interesting, skyzyk. I’m running Win7 Pro 64-bit, and the first thing that happened when I attempted to actually use Moo0 Right-Clicker was an Explorer crash. Didn’t try it with problem recorder, just uninstalled it.

  • David WN

    Interesting, skyzyk. I’m running Win7 Pro 64-bit, and the first thing that happened when I attempted to actually use Moo0 Right-Clicker was an Explorer crash. Didn’t try it with problem recorder, just uninstalled it.

  • David WN

    Interesting, skyzyk. I’m running Win7 Pro 64-bit, and the first thing that happened when I attempted to actually use Moo0 Right-Clicker was an Explorer crash. Didn’t try it with problem recorder, just uninstalled it.

  • Casmir

    Very nice, But i use FileMenu Tools 5.7 ….It’s very nice and free!

  • Casmir

    Very nice, But i use FileMenu Tools 5.7 ….It’s very nice and free!

  • Casmir

    Very nice, But i use FileMenu Tools 5.7 ….It’s very nice and free!

  • Mizdoc

    I've used Send To Toys for years now….its free and simple to use

  • If I win the time freeze program, I'll install this on my 64 win7 and let you know the outcome


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