If you have a hankering to add cascading menus with your favourite programs to your Windows context menus, technology site Tweaking with Vishal has a step-by-step primer on how to make it happen without any third-party tools.
With Vishal's guide, you can add any programs that you want to either your Desktop context menu or your My Computer context menu with some smart registry edits. (It's always wise to back up your registry before delving into any registry edits, so keep that in mind.) The whole process consists of two steps: creating the cascading menus and adding the program shortcuts, and then adding functionality to them. Even though Tweaking with Vishal uses Notepad and Calculator as an example, but you can modify the process to include other programs to customise your menu. (Note in the screenshot he's created a Browsers entry for launching whatever installed browser you prefer via right-click.)
The post also offers a ready-made registry script for adding Notepad and Calculator to the Desktop and/or My Computer context menus if you don't want to learn the process. Either way, hit up the full post for more.