Classic context menu with Total Commander in Windows 11

I want to thank you, first and foremost, for your amazing utility that has allowed me to uniformly organize my entire music and audiobook collection. I'm happy to have supported you through my donation when I first started using this.

Since I've migrated to Windows 11, my only complaint with MP3Tag is that it now doesn't install a context menu item for classic view. I was able to search the forums here and find an article from way way back in Win7 time and found a couple of useful registry keys designed for x32 Win7, but work perfectly to fix this issue for me. I am using Total Commander x64, a file manager that does not seem to support Win11's newer context menu system.

Thanks again for the incredible program.

I'd advice against manually adding registry keys under Windows 11, but instead try — as a last resort, when even restarting the system (or at least Explorer.exe) did not make the context menu appear — manually registering the shell extension from a command prompt with admin rights:

cd <path to Mp3tag installation>
regsvr32 Mp3tagShell.dll