Regardless of why you would have a user Windows to want to disable right-click menu in Windows ExplorerThis is possible via two methods quite simple (at least for somewhat advanced users). It is recommended, however, before following any of these methods, to create a restore point, Where then will be required system restore (Because any errors).
How do I enable or disable the Context Menu in Windows Explorer?
1. The first method is valid for users using Windows edition cu Group Policy Editor included:
- open Run (Windows + R) and type gpedit.mscThen give Enter to open Group Policy Editor
- navigate to User Configuration> Administrative Templates> Windows Components> Windows Explorer (File Explorer for users Windows 8 / 8.1)
- identify the entry in the right pane Remove Windows Explorer's default context menu and double-click it (or right click> Edit)
- in the settings dialog, select EnabledThen click on OK
- to reactivate the right click menu in Windows ExplorerFollow the same steps to the window and select settings Disabled or not Configured
2. The second method involves a change the system registry (Recommended creating a backup Their first):
- open Run and type regeditThen give Enter to open registry Editor
- navigate to key site HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Policies \ Explorer (In Windows Vista si Windows 7 will need to create Explorer under the key Policies)
- in the right panel identified DWORD entry NoViewContextMenu (Also, it will be created as the key Explorer in Windows 7 si Windows Vista) And change its value in 1 (Right-click the entry and select Modify)
- for reactivation Context Menu, Give back entry NoViewContext Menu the amount 0
STEALTH SETTINGS - How to disable & re-enable the right-click menu in the Windows 8 File Explorer