Extends the context menu of your operating system adding new options to it such as a command box or a remote reboot option.
Windows shell extensions do exactly what they claim, they extend the Windows shell (the user interface that is based around Explorer), by providing additional property pages or additional context-menu options for a shell item (file, folder, drive, printer, etc.).
-Command Box - opens a command prompt (DOS box) on the currently selected directory
-Date Renamer - renames file(s) with the current date/time
-File Case - changes the case of the currently selected file(s)
-File Touch - changes the date/time attributes of the selected file(s)
-Grab Path - copies the path(s) of the currently selected file(s) to the clipboard
-Read Only - changes the read-only status of the currently selected file
-Remote Reboot - shutdown/reboots another machine on your domain
-Empty Directory Remover - removes any empty sub-directories of a given directory
-Run Program - runs the currently selected program (.exe/.bat/.cmd) with arguments prompted from the user