If you wish to reduce this clutter or remove items from this menu which are no longer useful, you will have to edit the registry or use an application.
1) Run regedit and navigate to
Here you need to simply delete the keys you don’t want. There are other registry locations too where this data may be stored. To know more about this, please refer mvps.org. Do be careful while touching the registry.
2) Alternatively you can use an application to edit the items in the context menu.
ContextEdit is a good freeware you may want to use. You can also try ShellMenuView. It is a small utility that display the list of static menu items that appeared in the context menu when you right-click a file/folder on Windows Explorer, and allows you to easily disable unwanted menu items.
File Menu Tools lets you add, delete & customize the context menu items of the Windows Explorer.
It lets configure the following aspects:
* Add some build-in utilities in order to do operations over files and folders.
* Add customized commands which let run external applications, copy/move to a specific folder or delete specific file types.
* Configure the “Sends to…” sub menu”.
* Enable/disable the commands which are added by other applications to the context menu and much more !
Some of our following freeware will also help you edit the right-click context menu easily. Check them out!
- Ultimate Windows Customizer
- Right-Click Extender for Windows 7
- Context Menu Editor for Windows 7 & Vista.