I believe that you can edit your desktop right click menu on your regedit. Unfortunately, many of the Who doesn't love a shortcut? Note: This information is provided as is. Standard warning: Registry Editor is a powerful tool and misusing it can render your system unstable or even inoperable. I also tried ShellExView and ShellMenuView, unfortunately having no success I didn't find any entries related to OneDrive. This adds time to your computing activities since you need to wait for the context menu to appear. An advantage of using Fast Explorer is it displays a static item cleanup function as well as a shell extensions cleanup option. Below is a screenshot of a my right click menu option.
Would you like to answer one of these instead? Click on any of the folder you want to edit. ShellExView is portable and works on Windows 98 to 7 32-bit and 64-bit. You can disable unwanted application from right click menu in folders also. Select Startup and then Context Menu tab. If you are getting curious to know how it can be done, then here are those two options that help to enable or disable File Explorer context menus in Windows 10: Registry Editor and Local Group Policy Editor.
If left unattended, the menu can become quite long and look rather messy with many useless entries doing nothing but taking up space. MenuMaid MenuMaid is a very easy to use and simple context shell extension enabler and disabler. Although not as informative and with not so many functions, these 2 options basically cover what both ShellMenuView and ShellExView do individually. From there you can see whether the entry is connected to a directory, file or drive and if it has already been disabled. How many of these shortcuts have you used in the past month? Windows right-click comes with a lot of extra options to do more with it. Then simply expand the relevant tree and untick the required extension.
Go to the Start menu, type regedit in the Search box and hit Enter. Hi, Kindly mark useful reply as answer, which would be much more efficient for other community members to find useful information. Is your right-click menu a mess? That way, if you change your mind, you can just go back in and remove the dashes. Each item in the list contains a brief description; The context menu that pops up whenever you perform a right-click can help you become more productive. Is it possible to do that? Most people , so you can cut that and save space. So here I will click on SnagItMainShellExt folder on the left side. Step 3: Decide whether you want to delete or disable the entry.
In fact, Windows computers can be extremely annoying. This list goes long and long if I install some more applications. The second option is to disable the key instead of deleting it. Hi Mack, I believe the Registry Key you are looking for is in the steps listed below. You can remove any unwanted application from right click menu with the help of small registry hack. Items under the regular shell key are usually really easy to spot and deal with. ShellMenuView is portable and works on Windows 2000 or above.
If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact. These often come in the form of context entries with their own sub menus, custom icons and the options change according to what you have right clicked on. Which programs will you be removing from your right-click menu? There is a File Explorer folder under User Configuration menu. But you have to edit registry files of a different directory. For more information, read the following article: Right-click is slow or weird behavior caused by context menu handlers.
Disabling will leave the shortcut available for later use if you change your mind. Right Click Tweaker Right Click Tweaker adds new shortcuts to your right-click menu. Although you evidently have to remove these registry keys for individual file types, this is the most comprehensive list for it that I've found: Windows Registry Editor Version 5. Cortana borders on being intrusive, mandatory updates can cause issues, and much appears half-baked. And by the way, these tools disable items by creating a LegacyDisable string value inside the appropriate key—just like we did when we edited the Registry manually.
Programs often install shortcuts in this menu, allowing you to create or Photoshop document without opening their programs. Now right click on any folder to check that particular disabled application. One misstep with a Deny permission, and you could block access for everyone. Best Regards, Amy Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help. This one works the exactly the same way as the first tool.
Obviously put a tick back to enable it again. A key file will appear on the key panel right side. Hi Gary, I see what your wanting to do now You may have to try a few Menu Edit Programs, I don't use OneDrive :. I've written a lengthy explanation of how to clean up a messy context menu, using either the registry editor: If you want to clean things up the truly geeky way, you can open up regedit. Choose the Startup tab, then select Context Menu above the list to show those entries. Remove Unneeded Entries Just like and , a lot of Windows software adds a context menu entry when you install it. After downloading the latest version, install it on your computer.
The entry is displayed along with what it affects all files, folders etc , and information about it is displayed below. Last updated on 8 Feb, 2018. Either you have to click on Disable button or Delete button. Among those tweaks, enabling and disabling all right-click context menus is also a wonderful tweak. Remember the LegacyDisable and Extended string values? Once you have finished all your editing, click Apply to commit the changes.