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Microsofts Windows 10 has improved a lot in recent years. The desktop operating system has improved in terms of functions and stability. But it is still missing in one section: user experience.
Microsoft lacks customization options when it comes to improving the user experience. For example, if you use a lot of third-party software, the right-click menu is full of countless options. The inflated context menu needs time to load and it looks terrible.
In our opinion, it is always best to adjust the right-click menu for Windows 10. You can customize the right-click context menu to remove app extensions that you rarely use. So in this article, we are going to share the best method to adjust the right-click menu on Windows 10.
To adjust the right-click menu on Windows 10, we must use software known as ShellExView. It is a lightweight program developed by Nirsoft. Allows users to disable context menus & filter extensions, etc. Let’s see how ShellExView can be used on Windows 10.
- Download ShellExView on your Windows 10
First of all, Download ShellExView on your Windows 10 computer of this link.
- Install the software
Install the software on your PC after downloading it.
- Show up the main interface
You will now see the main interface of the software.
- Select “Hide all Microsoft extensions”
Then click on Options and then select “Hide all Microsoft extensions”
- Right-click on the name of the app
Now you have to go through the list and switch off the apps that you do not want to see in the right-click menu. To do this, right-click on the name of the app and choose & Disable selected items
- Click “Options” and then select “Restart Explorer”.
After you have made the changes, click “Options” and then select “Restart Explorer”.
- Done! How to Customize the Right-click Menu on Windows
That is it! You’re done. You will now see a completely different context menu.
So this is how you can adjust the right-click menu on a Windows 10 computer. I hope this article has helped you! Also share it with your friends. If you know of another method of editing the right-click menu, let us know in the comments field below.