In the Linux file managers Thunar and Nautilus you can create custom actions. When right-clicking on a file bash scripts tailored for particular files can be run. Is there a file manager or program in Windows that has this feature?

  • Raw guess: AFAIK Total Commander can do that. Not being a Windows user, I'm not sure about the details, hence only a comment. – Izzy Nov 19 '16 at 19:31

MultiCommander offers custom actions.

  • Free, Gratis
  • Customizable keyboard shortcuts
  • Customizable mouse actions
  • Plug In extensions
  • Much more

One of the options for custom commands is to run a batch file.

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