I noticed that the option to add the optimize archive function to the context menu is missing on Windows 10.
Opening each archive with the interface in order to click it becomes tedious with many files.
Same for others functions like Remove Archive Encryption
Filenames in Explorer Shell extension (context menu)
This has been brought up
already, but I want to bring it up once again:
I am almost always using the Explorer shell extensions of A, namely the “extract archive to subfolder”. But when you have long filenames or a rather long directory/path the context menu gets really big.
Like in the example:
“C:\Use…\Ski…\Des…\Dow…\Mus…\Art…\Alb…\1. Artist of your choice - Album of your choice - Title of your Choice.mp3”
And because the filename doesn’t get truncated you can get even bigger size menus by using longer filenames.
Why not use a static entry for the context menu like in the shell extension settings, or like this:
“Extract to subfolder”
“Extract to <subfolder>”
“Extract to ./subfolder”
And for the new feature “extract to filename/(multiple archives in separate folders)” it would then be:
“Extract to separate subfolders”
“Extract to separate <subfolders>”
“Extract to separate ./subfolders”
Which will be replacing the above enty when selecting multiple archives.
And also for Compressing:
“Compress to filename.zip”
“Compress to <filename>.zip”
Hopefully this will be changed, because I more than once had a context menu taking over almost the complete screen!