Want to customise the right click menu, so called context menu in windows 7 or 8 or 10. Here’s how to do it.

1. Enable Disable Libraries Feature

To enable or disable libraries feature from context menu, download and extract the attached zip file. Extract it in some location. Run the script file.

Enable Disable Libraries Feature (zip file)

2. Enable Disable Gadgets Feature

To enable or disable gadgets feature from context menu, download and extract the attached zip file. Extract it in some location. Run the script file.

Add Remove Gadgets Feature (zip file)

3. Remove Graphics Properties and Switchable Graphics from Context

If you want to remove the ‘ATI Catalyst Control Center’ entry which appears in your context menu (i.e. when you right-click on the Windows Desktop), follow the procedure below:

1. Start the Windows Registry Editor by going to Start>Run and typing “Regedit” (without quotes).
2. In the Registry Editor, go to the following key:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers

3. Delete the ‘ACE’ entry (and any other ATI-related entries) by right-clicking on its folder and selecting Delete to remove the entire folder and its contents.

4. Enable Disable Graphics Properties from Context

To enable or disable graphics properties feature from context menu, download and extract the attached zip file. Extract it in some location. Run the script file.

Add or remove Intel graphics menu (zip file)

5. Enable Disable Previous Versions Menu from Context

To enable or disable previous versions feature from context menu, download and extract the attached zip file. Extract it in some location. Run the script file.

Add Remove Previous Versions in context menu (zip file)

6. Disable Share with from Context Menu

To disable share with feature from context menu, download and extract the attached zip file. Extract it in some location. Run the script file.

Remove_Share_with_to_Context_Menu (zip file)

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