Dino Esposito demonstrates a context menu shell extension which mimics the SendTo menu. It exposes a list of frequently visited folders each with its own icon and also pops up clicking on the folder's background.
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Dino Esposito illustrates that modifying the way in which Explorer displays the content of a folder is as easy as modifying the content of an HTT (HyperText Template) file. In fact, it's only minimally more work than changing a plain old HTML page
Have you ever wanted to persist your shell extension settings? Dino Esposito shows an undocumented way to modify the Explorer Folder Options dialog to make your shell extension settings persistent.
Dino Esposito illustrates why and how you can hook the Windows shell in order to log user activity.
Utility that implements a hook to provide an extra caption button next to the minimize/maximize/close buttons on all Windows applications
Shows how to programmatically manipulate the registry to create shortcuts that look and behave like IE shortcut links
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