Posts under Context Menu tag.

How to add Restart Start Menu to Context Menu on Desktop

Windows 10 v1903 Update introduced several new features and enhancements. One of the under the hood changes is the separation of the Start Menu from the Explorer process. It is now an independent process. This process can be seen in […]

Context Menu freezes or is slow to open

Context Menu freezes or is slow to open in Windows 10/8/7

You’re using your Windows 10 computer, and something strange happens. For some reason, when you right-click, the context menu freezes or open slowly. This shouldn’t be happening because while the right-click isn’t used as much as the left-click, – but […]

Open With Context Menu item missing in Windows 10

Generally, a computer file can have multiple associated programs. A file type can be associated with default programs as well as different associated programs. Out of many associated programs, we may have to choose one program to view the file […]

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Remove ‘Give access to’ Context Menu item in Windows 10

In one of our previous tutorials, we explained the method to remove the Share item from right-click context menu in Windows 10. Similarly, you can remove the ‘Give access to’ entry from the right-click context menu in Windows 10 v1709. […]

Add useful commands to Windows File Explorer with ExtraBits

The context menu is a great time-saving feature. Most modern operating systems such as Windows use context menus as a way of conveniently offering various options to a user without requiring them to put up extra icons on their Desktop […]

How to remove CRC-SHA entry from Context Menu in Windows 10

If you have installed the latest version of the 7-Zip program on your Windows 10 machine, you might have noticed the entry CRC-SHA has bee added automatically to the context-menu, alongside 7-Zip options. If you point the side arrow, it […]