Actions unleashes the full-fledged context menu (right-click menu in Windows Explorer) from within Listary. All you need to do is press the right arrow key on your keyboard after you’ve inputted a file or folder name to pop up this menu. The context menu also includes an Action pane which contains a couple of default commands, either for simply opening the file or copy an item’s path to the clipboard. What makes it stand apart from Windows native context menu is that it contains shell extensions that are hand-picked from both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows editions. It’s extremely useful for people who often find the need to tinker something from the context menu.