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Add "Delete Button" to WinVista and Win7 Command Bar

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#1 Adamsappleone


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Posted 11 May 2009 - 04:41 PM

With this method you can add any custom button to the Explorer Command Bar/Toolbar which I'm sure you have noticed that Vista and Windows 7 have excluded some familiar buttons, including the Delete Button/Icon. Personally, I came across this http://www.aeroxp.org/2008/06/custom-explorer-buttons/. This involves quite a bit of registry editing, so please be careful and back it up

Here are a few zip files that will add the "Delete Button" only, to the command/toolbar next to "Burn"
Download the zips and extract the 2 files to any folder. Just make sure the 2 files stay together. Run as Admin., DeleteBTN and follow the instructions. Nothing to install. After its complete, save the zip for future use and delete the 2 files.

This file might be needed for Windows 7 RC

Hope you find this useful


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