In programs that support Contextual Menus such as the Finder, CMTools provide the following functions: a static launcher, create aliases in specified folders, compress and decompress items, copy files and folders, move files and folders, change creator and type codes, lock/unlock files, open files directly with your preferred applications and access application menus via Contextual Menu.
You organize the menus to suit your needs by creating and organizing files and aliases in a special folder in the Finder.
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