How to Customize the Right-Click Menu on Mac?
MWacin Posts 2 Registration date Tuesday April 11, 2023 Status Member Last seen April 19, 2023 - Apr 19, 2023 at 01:33 AM
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Apr 18, 2023 at 06:49 AM
The right-click menu on a Mac, also known as the context menu, provides quick access to a variety of options for files, folders, and other items on your Mac. While the default options are useful, you can customize the right-click menu to add or remove options that better suit your needs. Here's how you can customize the right-click menu on your Mac:
Open the System Preferences app on your Mac.
Click on "Keyboard" and then select the "Shortcuts" tab.
In the left-hand menu, select "Services".
Scroll down to "Files and Folders" and click on it to expand the section.
Here, you'll see a list of options that you can add to or remove from the right-click menu. To add an option, check the box next to it. To remove an option, uncheck the box next to it.
You can also rearrange the order of the options by dragging them up or down in the list.
Once you've made your changes, close the System Preferences app. The next time you right-click on a file or folder, you'll see your customized menu.
Keep in mind that some apps may have their own custom right-click menu options that cannot be modified through this method. Additionally, some options may not be available depending on the type of item you're right-clicking on.
Apr 19, 2023 at 01:33 AM
Following your instructions, I did customize my right-click menu on macOS. What should I do if I want to add a new shortcut that allows me to create a new Office document with a single right-click to my context menu?
I used to do so on my Windows PC: