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Add VBScript To The Right Click Context Menu

Just like JavaScript, a VBScript (Visual Basic Script), Is a client-side scripting language containing code that can be executed within the Windows environment, or Internet Explorer. Put simply, It was originally developed by Microsoft, and Is basically a lighter version of Microsoft Visual Basic. If you work with VBScripts quite often, In this tutorial, I will show you how to add It to the right-click context menu with Incredible ease.

Whilst there are a number of file extensions that a VBScript can contain, for the purpose of this tutorial, I will be using the .vbs extension. When used In the proper context, a VBScript Is very powerful Indeed. For Instance, the VBS.LoveLetter virus that emerged back In the year 2000, spread over millions of Windows-based computers, Infecting Office, Image, audio files and more. Obviously, I will not be going Into detail about that- It's simply for Informative purposes.

In terms of this article, I will demonstrate how to add the VBScript Script File option to the right-click of the mouse. Then upon clicking It, It will Instantly create a file with a .vbs extension. To do this, I will use a neat little Registry file that will automatically add the entries to the Windows Registry, and create the VBScript Script File option thereafter.

All that's required on your part, Is to execute the Registry file, follow a couple of prompts and the job's done. I have provided the download links to the Registry files at the end of this article. So without further delay, let's get this tutorial started.

Step One:
Once you've downloaded the file, extract It's contents to a folder of your choice. Then, double-click the Add VBScript.reg file. It will prompt whether to add the entries to the Windows Registry, so hit Yes.

Step Two:
A message will be returned, confirming that the entries have been successfully added to the Registry. Hit OK to finalize the process.

Step Three:
I've now right-clicked on a blank area In File Explorer, selected New, and as you can see the VBScript Script File option, Is readily available. I can now create .vbs files with a click of the mouse. Let's test It out In the next step.

Step Four:
After clicking the VBScript Script File option, my .vbs file has been Instantly created. If I choose to do so, I can create around 50 .vbs files within a minute!

Last Step:
In the event you change your mind and want to remove the VBScript Script File from the right-click menu, simply execute the Remove VBScript.reg file, and hit Yes.

Final Thoughts:
This tweak comes to very good use, when creating quite a number of VBScripts In quick succession. The good thing about It, Is that It automatically adds the entries to the Windows Registry, without the need for user Intervention, hence It's not susceptible to corruption.

Use any of the links below to download the aforementioned Registry files.

Direct Link Mega:
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