RightClick enables users to extend or even completely redesign the Windows desktop right-click mouse menu. When a user right-clicks on their Windows desktop, RightClick's custom made menus comes up. Users can add short-cuts, tasks, system commands, and much more to the menu. It's also fully skinnable and can be set to automatically inherit the user's current WindowBlinds visual style. For users who normally have their desktop covered up, a hot key can be set up so that will activate it at any time.
RightClick supports displaying running tasks, the Start menu, the system tray and virtually anything else one might imagine having on there allowing the user to replace the Start bar if they so chose (and in fact RightClick supports hiding the Start bar).
A trial version is available for download. Users can purchase it stand-alone for $14.95 or as part of Object Desktop, Stardock?s premiere suite of desktop enhancement programs that let you customize Windows to look, feel and function how you want it to. Object Desktop is only $49.95 and includes RightClick, WindowBlinds, DesktopX, IconPackager, ObjectBar, WindowFX, SkinStudio and much more! For more information visit: http://www.stardock.com/products/icondeveloper/.
See also: Stardock, right-click, launcher