I've got a .bat file which runs the purge command and deletes all the garbage files which I want to add as a right click option. I'm new to Windows7 so when I searched on this topic it is clear that the XP method to add right click to folder is gone. Can anyone walk me through the process of adding my file D:\working\CLEANPRO-ALL.BAT as a right click in Windows7. I'm guessing this has to be a regedit at this point but I welcome alternatives.
I'm also curious if there are new methods besides batch files to do this.
I found a couple of hits on this top but nothing new so I thought I would check to see if there is a new fix, apologies for the off topic and multiple posting.
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I went through this last year. what a pain. But, here is a reg file that gets the purge to work. take a look at the file and edit where your bat file is. I've also included my bat file that the reg file looks for. I also copied the purge.exe to the same directory as my bat file