June 24, 2007

How to Hide Context Menu Items

Posted in Context Menu, PC Tips, Softwares, Tech, Tutorials at 2:38 pm by anonymous

Ever had messy and cluttered desktop context menus after installing other softwares? There are manual ways to remove them from Registry Editor but in a tedious way, and backup is necessary. Here easier solution, you can hide them with ShewExView by Nirsoft, a Shell Extensions Manager. It does not require any installation and it’s free.

ShellExView

Note: This is for Windows XP only.

  1. Right-click on any context menu you want to hide and selectDisable Selected Items” or press the Red-Colored button on the top menu.
    ShellExView
  2. You are done!

Click here to download ShellExView (45kb) from its official homepage.

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2 Comments »

  1. smesg said,

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