Hide Unwanted Items From Right Click Context Menu In Windows With ShellExView
By on October 9th, 2008

If you tend to install lot of softwares, after a while the right click context menu grows out of bounds and slows down the right click menu. Too bad that Windows does not have a smart context menu like or Firefox with the help of FFChrome a handy add-on we told you about recently.

If you have been facing the problem, but do not want to uninstall all those useful utilities here is a simple freeware utility that will bring you some relief. ShellExView is a real handy tool to remove/disable unwanted items from the right click context menu in Windows.

shellexview-screenshot

ShellExView does not require any installation, download and double click the executable and wait for it to populate the context menu items, to disable a item, right click and select disable selected items on it or press F7 and it should not be viewable when you right click on a file, to re-enable the item press the F8 hotkey or use the right click option and select enable selected items.

Download ShellExView [via WongSK]

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  • http://www.evawhite.com Eva White

    This is something my hubby will find useful. he’s always loading all kinds of new stuff.

  • http://www.quickpwn.com QuickPWN

    That’s a great time saving application. Thanks for sharing! :)

 
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