This handy tool tidies useless options on your Windows Explorer desktop menus but overlooks some other areas. An ultrasimple application, Mmm lets you configure every right-click context menu that appears on your desktop. To access its basic interface, just right-click on an icon or anywhere on the desktop, then click on the colored bar placed along the left side of the menu. From there you can drag and drop any menu item into either the hidden area, where they won't show at all or in the rarely used category, which becomes a quick submenu. On the downside, Mmm doesn't configure the menus in the Start menu, as it states, and it overlooks the system tray menus as well. Still, this software is free and does a good job at handling cluttered desktop context menus.
Is your windows context-menu growing all out of proportions? Every program you install on your system seems to add an item or two to this menu. Many of them you never use. Some you use sometimes. And a few you use often. Use this utility to customize your windows menus. Remove menu-items you never use. Put rarely used functions out on a sub-menu. Keep only those functions you often use in a small, tidy base menu. Just drag and drop the menu-items where you want them to go.