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I have quite a bit of programs on my PC and some of them put annoying context menu entries on my right click menu, for instance Super Anti Spyware and TeraCopy. I would like to be able to remove these entries from my right-click menu. My requirements are,

  • Gratis (Free or Open Source)
  • Works with Windows 10
  • You have personally tried it (I used a few so far that don't work with Windows 10)

Again, I would like to remove such entries as TeraCopy, SuperAntiSpyware, Tortoise, Git, FileSeek, and Open with code

My Context Menu

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Alright, I found what I'm looking for, it's called ShellExView (Shell Extensions Manager) and it was able to get to entries that programs like Easy Context menu was not able to get to. It meets my requirements of being,

  • Free
  • Works with Windows 10
  • I have tried it

ShellExView

Shell Extensions are in-process COM objects which extend the abilities of Windows operating system. Most shell extensions are automatically installed by the operating system, but there are also many other applications that install additional shell extension components. For example: If you install WinZip on your computer, you'll see a special WinZip menu when you right-click on a Zip file. This menu is created by adding a shell extension to the system.

ShExView UI

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Check out FileMenu Tools.

FileMenu Tools is an application which lets you customize the context menu of Windows Explorer. The application adds built-in utilities to perform operations on files and folders and adds custom commands which let you run external applications, copy/move to a specific folder or delete specific file types. With FileMenu Tools, you also can customize the "Send to..." submenu, and either enable or disable context-menu commands added by other applications.

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