Adding Xdelete to context menu of windows explorer

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    Hi, I use windows 7 64bit.
    I want to add "xdelete" to context menu of windows explorer. What is xdelete?

    Its function is exactly the same as preexisting delete menu, So that if I select some files or folders and click them with right mouse button and press X, it will say "are you sure you want to move.... to the Recycle bin?"

    The difference between Delete and Xdelete is their shortcuts are different. One can press D to delete, and X to xdelete.

    The reason I want to do this is somewhat complicated. But I just need this function... Thank you!

    P.S. I know there is a delete key in the keyboard.
     
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    (second post has no content it was produced by mistake)
     
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