Clickie by David Defoort, the handy extension of the context menu of Windows Explorer.
Also available in French French
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November 12, 2002
Release of Clickie 1.1. Download here.
New features: path name copy now works with several files, translation of Clickie in Danish, Dutch, Finnish, German and Italian.
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January 21, 2001Winfiles gives Clickie a Winfiles award.
January 19, 2001Nonags gives Clickie a Nonags rating.
January 16, 2001Release of Clickie 1.0. Download here.

Clickie adds new features to the context menu of Windows Explorer

Clickie is a handy utility that will add 2 new features to the context menu (right click) of Windows Explorer:

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  • Copy Path Name: Copies the path of the selected folder or file to the clipboard (as text). You can then paste it wherever you need it. Some software need the name and path of a file and do not provide any way to browse. In such a case, Clickie becomes very useful and will save you a lot of time. NEW!! This feature now works when several files are selected.
  • Open MS-DOS Prompt: Opens a DOS window in the selected directory. Using Clickie, you don't need to crawl to the directory you want to work in.
Works on Windows 95, 98, Me, NT4, 2000, XP or later. Available in English, French, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, German and Italian (setup will be in English or French).

Download Clickie 1.1

  • System requirements for Clickie: Microsoft Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, XP or later.
  • Clickie is a freeware, you may use it as you wish!
  • Do not hesitate to report any question, suggestion or problem to David Defoort by email at
  • This version of Clickie is available in English, French, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, German and Italian (setup will be in English or French only).
  • Download Download Clickie 1.1 here (300 kb)

    You wish to have Clickie in another language? contact David Defoort by email

Last revision: 12/10/2002

Copyright 1999-2002 David Defoort

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