It is possible to remove the Include in Library command from the context menu in Windows 10. This can be useful for those users who find no use for libraries. If you are one of them, here is what you should do.
File History is a very useful feature of Windows 10. It allows you to create a backup of the important data stored in your Documents, Pictures, Music, Videos and Desktop folders. You can specify the drive where you plan to store your backup. It will prevent data loss in case something goes wrong. In this article, we will see how to add File History to the context menu in Windows 10 for faster access.
Windows provides several secret ways to exit the Explorer shell. They can be useful when you make Registry changes that affect Explorer or for shell developers when testing shell extensions. To save your time, you can add a special "Restart Explorer" command to the Desktop context menu. This will allow you to restart the Explorer shell with one click.
In Windows 10, there is a special context menu command "Pin to Start" available for certain file types. It allows the user to pin them to the Start menu for faster access. If you find no use for that command, here is how to remove it.
In Windows 10, there is a special context menu command "Pin to taskbar" available for certain file types. It allows the user to pin them to the taskbar for faster access. If you find no use for that command, here is how to remove it.
The Troubleshoot Compatibility context menu command is a special item to launch the compatibility troubleshooter directly. It is a special wizard for resolving various issues with old apps automatically. If you find no use for it, here is how to remove it.
The Previous Versions context menu command is a special item which allows you to quickly review and restore a previous version of a file or folder stored on your NTFS partition. It utilizes the Shadow Copy feature of the file system and relies on System Restore. If you find no use for it, here is how to disable it.
The Give Access To context menu command, which was named Share with in Windows versions prior to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, is a special item which allows you to quickly share the selected file system object like a file or a folder with other users of your PC. If you find no use for it, here is how to disable it.
Starting with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the operating system got a new context menu entry, Share. It replicates the appropriate Ribbon command. If you click it, it displays the Share pane which can be used to send the selected file to any installed app which supports the sharing contract. For example, it can be Skype. If you find no use for this command, here is how to remove it.
Windows 10 comes with a new Universal app, Photos. It adds a new context menu item for images. It is called "Edit With Photos" and launches the UWP app. If you are not going to use Photos for that purpose, you might find it useful to get rid of the context menu command. Here is how.