The Windows 7 context menu displays only a handful of options when you right click on a file or folder. In Windows 7, some less popular options are left out by default, and are placed in the extended context menu, which is only accessible by holding down shift + right-click (when you right-click an item). Always Full Context Menu is a portable application that enables the full context menu in Windows Explorer, and displays the extra items including the explorer window, Downloads, Favorites, Links, My Documents, My Pictures, Desktop and other options. This means that you no longer require holding down the the shift button to display extra options.
Just launch the .EXE file and all extra options with the full context menu will automatically become available whenever you right-click an item.
You can pause/suspend the application any time from the system tray menu.
If you would like to auto-start Always Full Context Menu at system startup, then make sure that you click Enable Run AtStartup option when the application is launched for the first time.
Always Full Context Menu works on Windows Vista and Windows 7. According to the developer, the application might also run on earlier Windows operating systems, however, no testing has been performed to confirm this.