How to remove Edit With Clipchamp from context menu in File Explorer

In File Explorer, you have the Edit with Clipchamp context menu command added by the new inbox app, Clipchamp. Microsoft ships it preinstalled starting in Windows 11. It has subscription plans, with a free plan available by default but with a limited functionality.


Starting in Windows 11 version 2022 Clipchamp is set as a default video editor. It also lifted up the free version limits. The export video format now supports 1080p (initially was restricted to 480p), and no includes a watermark.

The Clipchamp app running on Windows 11

When you first start Clipchamp, it offers you to pick a template for your project. The templates are optimized for popular websites like YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram. There are also templates for holidays, celebrations, and gaming. Users can also use a gallery of stock audio, images, video clips, filters and effects.

Clipchamp is very easy to use, so you can create and compile your video with a few clicks. However, some users do not use it that often, so they find annoying to always see it in the context menu for media files.

Clipchamp in the context menu of File Explorer

If you are one of them, you may want to remove the app from the File Explorer's context menu. There are multiple ways to get that done. Let's review them.

Remove Edit With Clipchamp from Context Menu

  1. Press Win + R to open the Run box, and type regedit in the text box. Press Enter.Run Regedit
  2. In the left pane, go to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Shell Extensions key.
  3. Again on the left, right-click the Extensions folder, and select New > Key from the menu. Name the new key as Blocked. If you already have this key, then skip this step.
  4. Now, right-click the Blocked key, and select New > String value. Create a new string value
  5. Name the new value as {8AB635F8-9A67-4698-AB99-784AD929F3B4}.
  6. Close the Registry Editor app and restart Windows 11.

You are done. From now you won't see "Edit With Clipchamp" in the File Explorer's context menu on Windows 11.

Remove Clipchamp from Context menu in File Explorer

To save your time, you can download ready-made REG files.

Ready-to-use REG files

Download the ZIP archive with REG files from this link. Once downloaded, extract the archive content to any folder of your choice, e.g. right on the Desktop.

Remove Clipchamp REG files

Double-click on the "Remove Edit With Clipchamp.reg" file and confirm the merge prompt. The information from the REG file will be added to the Registry. Now, simply reboot the OS and you are done.

The archive also includes an undo file, "Add Edit With Clipchamp.reg". It will restore the context command entry

Alternatively, you can remove Clipchamp. This will also remove all its context menus.

Uninstall Clipchamp

To uninstall Clipchamp, you can use the Settings app, PowerShell, or winget - whatever is convenient to you. Regardless of the method you will use, the result will be the same.

Method 1. Using Settings

  1. Open Settings by pressing the Win + I or by using any other method you like.
  2. Click on Apps and select Installed Apps.Settings app at the Apps section
  3. Find Clipchamp in the list and click on the three dot button to the right of its name.
  4. Select Uninstall from the menu.Uninstall Clipchamp from Settings
  5. Finally, confirm the removal of the app.Remove Clipchamp Menu 8

Clipchamp is now removed.

Method 2. Using PowerShell

  1. Open Windows Terminal as Administrator by pressing Win + X and selecting Windows Terminal (Admin).Open Terminal As Admin
  2. Type or copy-paste the following command Get-AppxPackage *Clipchamp* | Remove-AppxPackage.Remove Clipchamp with PowerShell
  3. Wait for the command to finish its work. The Clipchamp app is now removed, so you can close PowerShell.

Finally, you can uninstall the app by using Winget.

Method 3. Uninstall Clipchamp with winget.

  1. Right-click the Start icon in the taskbar and select Terminal (Admin) from the menu.
  2. In either Command Prompt (Ctrl + Shift + 2) or PowerShell (Ctrl + Shift + 1) tab type this command: winget uninstall clipchamp.uninstall Clipchamp with winget
  3. Wait for the winget tool to get the app removed, and close the console.

You are done!

To get Clipchamp installed again, you can open the Microsoft Store app and search for it. Alternatively, you can point your browser to this link, and click on the Get button. The Store app will open automatically.

The Store app page

Finally, you can use winget to re-install Clipchamp. For that, open Terminal as Administrator, and type:

winget install clipchamp --source msstore

winget install

Winget will restore Clipchamp in your Windows 11.the app is restored with winget

That's it!

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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a software developer who started Winaero back in 2011. On this blog, Sergey is writing about everything connected to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter, and YouTube.

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