Different software will install their entries in the right-click menu of your mouse. If you have too many entries, duplicate ones or if you want to show fewer items, use this small utility. The Windows Explorer context menu or right-click menu is the menu which appears when you right-click on the desktop or a file or folder in Windows. This is a lightweight freeware application which shows you all the functions that can be found in the Windows Explorer context menu and lets you disable the ones you have no use for.
Like most portable applications, this tool does not require installation. Just download the executable file, save it on your hard disk or any USB drive and run it. The application also does not make use of your system registry or leave junks behind after being erased.
After launching, the application displays all the functions in the Windows Explorer context menu along with their information, which includes the name, menu type, file type, type description, extension and much more.
To disable any item on the context menu, all you have to do is select all the items relating to it, right-click on one of them and choose “Disable Selected Items” from the menu.
Overall, the application comes very handy for browsing and disabling all static context menu entries.