To do so manually in the Registry:
Locate the context menu item in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID, e.g., fro Run as Administrator:
You will likely need to take ownership to make any change to that key.
Add a DWORD value, flags.
Set the value to 0 to put it in the Rename section of the context menu.
Set the value to 1 to put it in the Send to section of the ...
I found, through trawling the Microsoft answers page referenced above, this excellent app called Windows Cursor Hider.
According to the manual, the app:
"...is a small script written and compiled using AutoHotKey that hides
the windows cursor when a user starts typing any alphanumeric (and
certain coding-related) characters, and shows it again as soon ...
You would paste in your text in the box at the top and after choosing your options you can press clean and everything will be applied to the text in the box.
It also offers find and replace functionality.
Sadly I am not aware of a simple way to save your settings
Yes! I can highly recommend NAPS2. It is completely open-source, and is available here:
In my experience, NAPS2 works very well. The quality of the output is excellent. The OCR works great too.
It works wonderfully with ...
You can use driver easy. But you have to install the drivers manually.
I made this software to solve the headache of manual driver installation. The software is free and open source. It automates the whole process with a wizard. You just have to specify the .inf file and that's all!!!
Here is the link to download: