MenuMaid is a lightweight Windows application that comes packed with cleaning capabilities for helping you delete Windows Explorer and Internet Explorer context menu items.
When installing programs on the computer, they add entries to your right-click menu and some of them are not very useful, and this is way programs like MenuMaid come in handy, as they can help you get rid of those entries.
It sports a clean and straightforward layout that allows users to perform most operations with just a few clicks.
Basically, it proves to be extremely easy to work with this tool, as it automatically displays the Internet Explorer and Windows Explorer items found on the system.
While Internet Explorer has only one right-click context menu, the Windows Explorer entries are grouped into different categories for finding them easier, namely menu items, directories, drives, and folders.
The application gives you the possibility to select the entries to be deleted, check all the files from the list, or manually delete the selected items.
Since the program doesn’t come packed with many configuration settings, even less experienced users can master the process with minimum effort.
During our testing we have noticed that the tool carries out a task very quickly and without errors throughout the entire process. As it would be expected from such a small utility, it leaves a minimal footprint on the system resources, so the overall performance the computer is not burdened.
To sum things up, MenuMaid offers a simple yet powerful software solution for helping you get rid of context menu items that occupy space on the computer and slow down system performance. It can be easily configured by all types of users, regardless of their experience level.