Recently I installed too much software, and with that software came the right-click context menus. Now whenever I open my menu I see a long list of unwanted applications. Can any of you suggest some context menu remover type of software?
CCleaner can do
Thanks all of you :)
Last versions of CCleaner has this feature. Go to "Tools -> Startup" and "Context Menu" is the last tab. From there, right-click and you have more choices like "Disable", "Delete".
Make Windows 7 Faster By Removing Context Menu Entries -
Glary Utilities has a "Context Menu Manager", which allows you to disable or enable these entries with check-boxes, very easy to use. It is divided in 3 tabs: Files & Folders (this is the main one), New, and Send To. That tool is under the category "Optimize & Improve".
I uploaded a screenshot of that tool here:
You can get it here:
iobit Advanced SystemCare should have that function Context Menu Manager
Most apps allow you to add to the context but not remove. The ones that do remove items are usually a little complicated.
Write a list of what you want removed from your right click and I will write a walkthrough telling you how to do it.
I say write a list because there are a few apps that you can disable the context menu entries within the app.
Way to go, I guess!
"Way to go, I guess!"
Do you have a better solution then?
Ultimate Windows Context Menu Customizer is a freeware from door2windows that allows you to customize the context menu of many locations with ease in Windows XP, Vista & 7. http://www.door2windows.com/
There are plenty of tools you can use for this, depending on your level (beginner, advanced)
Try these links:
Wow, you get all the tutorial in one comment.. :D
Haha, I did need those a little while back...so why not sharing?
ShellMenuView works with every version of Windows from 2000 to 7.
I use ShellMenuView too. Very useful and does the job.
shellMenuView best for this...........