Editing The Right Click Menu In Windows XP

Editing The Right Click Menu In Windows XP

When you install some softwares, they add their own options to the right click menu.
This can slow down the system as it needs to get all the files ready when you right click.
Especially, the compression tools like WinRar & WinZip add their options to the right click menu. A lot of options in the right click menu makes it look untidy too.
If you don't need some of the options, then you can customize the menu.
One way is through Registry editing. Here is the Registry Setting.

1. Go to Run and type in Regedit.

2. Go to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers
This is the where programs attach to right click menu,This is a universal right click.
To make the specific right clicks, you need to go to specific type of file in this section.

3. You simply delete the keys you do not want.If you don't want to edit the registry,
you can use a editing software with which things can be done with much ease and in a
detailed manner.There is also a software named File Menu Tools through which you
can edit your right click menu. Through this software you can add more options provided
by the software, and you can remove the contents you want.The only thing is that you
should know which files to look for and editing which file will make the correct changes.

DOWNLOAD: http://www.lopesoft.com/en/fmtools/download.html

Try out this software & customize your right click menu according to your own needs.


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