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Add Multiple File selection to Context menu in Windows 8

Those who are all using Windows 8 may know this Multiple Selection Options.[Image: ckQlUkW.png]
Just think if you have this in Context menu How it will be?
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so I came up with this method to add this multiple selection in Context Menu.
To do this follow the steps:
1.Open Windows registry
by pressing Window key+R and type regeit and press Enter
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2.Now navigate to this path
Under Shell create a new key and name it as Select
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3.On the left side we are going to create a 3 new String Value.
Right click-->New-->String Value
For first:
Name      : icon 
Value data: imageres.dll,-5308
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For Second: 
Name       : MUIVerb
Value Data: Select
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For Third: 
Name : SubCommands
Value Data: Windows.selectall;Windows.selectnone;Windows.invertselection
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4.Follow the same step 3 to following both paths
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5.Now again navigate to this path
Similar to step 3 create a 3 strings as
For First string:
Name : icon
Value: imageres.dll,-5308
For Second:
Name  : MUIVerb
Value  : Select
For Third:
Name :SubCommands
Value: Windows.selectall
6.We came to end this, now close the Registry Editor.
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That's it....................

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Can you make out a registry script which would do the above process automatically when double clicked ?? (as editing registry is a dangerous process which would malfunction the windows..)

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