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. Continue reading "Remove Restore Previous Versions Context Menu in Windows 10"
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. Continue reading "Remove Give Access To Context Menu in Windows 10"
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. Continue reading "Remove Share Context Menu in Windows 10"
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.
In Windows 10, you can use the Settings app or the classic Control panel applet to uninstall a program. To save your time, you might want to integrate the applet to the Desktop context menu and access it instantly. Here is how.