Context Menu Editor

Context Menu Editor

3 stars

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3 (3)

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remove items from the right-click menu Context Menu Editor allows you to remove non-standard items from the right-click menu of files, folders and Internet Explorer. The program can come handy if previous software installation failed to remove a context menu item, or if you wish to (permanently) remove an item that you don't need. You may need to run the program via "Run as Administrator" in order to successfully delete an entry. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher Brett Bartholomew Price Free
Version 1.0 Last updated Apr 19, 2005
File Size 736 Kb Requirements None

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Not of much use at all 1 stars by lipny137 Jan 01, 2012
Options showed do not reflect even half of what I have currently in my R-CLICK pop up menu in Windows Explorer. So it is useless tool - at least on my PC. show Review details
A good beginning, but far away from the end! 3 stars by anchelito May 06, 2007
The context menu editor is a cool program to remove entries in the context menu that you don't want to be there anymore. I was able to remove some entries, that annoyed me, but unfortunately i wasn't able to remove all entries. I had to go to the registry and delete the rest by myself. but i think if it is still in development, this can be easily added. hoping for the next version! show Review details
Restored my explorer context menu 4 stars by Bluefest Feb 07, 2006 (Read all my 2 reviews)
My WinXP context menu was not working at all and causing Explorer freeze. Apparently there were some invalid entries in the context menu. After deleting those invalid entries, my context menu came back! So happy :-) show Review details
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