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Solved: Right-Click Menu

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by GRudger, Apr 5, 2004.

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  1. GRudger

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    Hi,

    I was just wondering how to add or remove items from the Right-click menu, the one you get when you right click on a file or folder. I have lots of winzip and winrar link i want to get rid of ("add to..." and what not). Win XP.



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  2. Elvandil

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  3. rude

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    Easy dude,first go to documents and settings/your account,and you will see a folder called "send to",open it and delete whatever you want.
     
  4. GRudger

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    nah mate, that's something else
     
  5. rude

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    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\MenuExt
    Action: Each subkey of this key represents a menu item. Select and delete any that you don't want.
     
  6. Matrix28

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    Wow, thanks. Didn't know that existed.
     
  7. GRudger

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    thanks rude, that helped with some of them
     
  8. GRudger

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    and Elvandil's thingy worked with some too! thanks
     
  9. rude

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    You are welcome
     
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