SUMMARY: Remove right-click menu items from Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 that some third-party software programs add.
When you right-click on a web page in Microsoft Internet Explorer 6, options normally appear such as "Back", "Forward", "View Source", etc. However, depending on software you have installed (sometimes unwittingly), other options may appear when you open this menu. If you are seeing items in the right-click menu that you want to remove, you can try this trick.
(WARNING! This tip involves modifying the Registry. Mistakes can cause Windows or applications to stop functioning normally. Use at your own risk.)
1. From the "Start" menu, select "Run", then type in "Regedit" and press "OK".
2. In the Registry, navigate to the following section: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\MenuExt.
3. Now, underneath this key you may find folders representing menu items you want to remove. To remove the menu items, just click on the keys and choose "Delete".