Mac OS 8 brings a concept long held sacred by Windows 95 users to the Mac OS. Apple calls them contextual menus. With contextual menus you just control-click the items in the Finder, and up pops a menu of options. The options by default are rather limited, but with CMTools you can compress files, create an alias and place that alias in the folder of your choice, launch applications, and more. You determine what your contextual pop-up menus look like with CMTools by organizing a specific folder any way you like.
MacOS 8.0 or later