If you work with PDFs, you may find it very useful to be able to simply right click one (or more) of them to perform operations such as split or extract pages, images or text, merge PDF files, convert PDFs to images (or images to PDFs), add or edit bookmarks or metadata, and perform a slew of other functions.
There are free and paid versions of this program, and at the time of this writing you can get the paid version for free, in return for a like on Facebook.
Some operations really lend themselves to being launched right from Windows explorer, such as for example when you want to perform an operation on a number of files collectively, or if you want to merge a number of PDF files or images into a larger PDF.
Right clicking each operation will display a little dialog with a lot more options, giving this program a lot more depth that rivals most programs of the kind that we mentioned previously on this site.
Other operations are less mature; for example, the cropping function, while perfectly good, is not as sophisticated as the standalone freeware Briss, but they do get points for being so ambitious.
The verdict: this is an all-in-one swiss army knife of a PDF editor that offers some very ambitious functionality, is very comprehensive in scope, and generally does a spectacular job. Add to this right-click integration into the Windows context menu and you can see it’s great appeal.
There are some functions that are missing in the free version, but as mentioned you can get the pro version for free in exchange for a like on Facebook at the time of this writing, which I highly recommend.