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Old 04-28-2007, 08:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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is there a way to get rid of it? it current looks like this

i want to remove all the junk on the list is that in registry? a folder? not possible?
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reinstall all the programs, but dont choose add "feature" to menu or what ever, there are options
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don't use bootleg copies of windows or don't use so many compressing programs.
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Default Re: lots of excess stuff on my right click menu

And is it just me, or do you have identical entries in there?
um, another way you can remove them is go into my computer/tools/file types and look for stuff like DESKLINK, FOLDER, DRIVE, or whatever you want to remove the entries in the right click from. Also useful when you want to add something to the right click thing
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Is that in Windows, IE, Firefox, what? I have a lot of stuff in my right click depending on the application and what I'm doing at the moment.
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that somebodies modified xp discs. the shorcut like move to and copy to are put there with program like nlite. he obviously didn't do it if he is complaining about it
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