Windows 11: Remove Cast to Device from File Explorer

This tutorial will show you how to remove Cast to device from the File Explorer right-click menu on Windows 11. Along with many improvements, Windows 11 includes a feature of transferring images and videos to remote devices using DLNA technology. For users’ convenience, the Cast to device option is available the context menu of multimedia files. If you are not going to use this feature implemented by Microsoft, we will show you how to hide the specified option from the context menu. Continue reading “Windows 11: Remove Cast to Device from File Explorer”

Restart Explorer in Windows 11 or Windows 10 from Context Menu

This tutorial will show you how to restart Explorer in Windows 11 or Windows 10 from context menu. Restarting Explorer is the fastest way to get rid of temporary shell failures. They can led to incorrect display of files, shortcuts and directories. Continue reading “Restart Explorer in Windows 11 or Windows 10 from Context Menu”

Windows 11: Disable new context menus and restore full menu

A new research reveals that you can disable new context menus in Windows 11 and restore the full right-click menu. By default, some entries are hidden behind the “Show more options” item that many find annoying. Continue reading “Windows 11: Disable new context menus and restore full menu”

How to add Windows Security to the Windows 10 context menu

In this tutorial, you will find instructions on how to add Windows Security to the Windows 10 context menu. Using it, you can literally in one click open the desired section of this application. Continue reading “How to add Windows Security to the Windows 10 context menu”

How to add Disk Cleanup to the disk context menu in Windows 10

You can add Disk Cleanup to the context menu of a disk in Windows 10 for quicker and easier access to it.

For the stable operation of your computer, Windows uses many different files, some of which are temporary. In the vast majority of cases, Windows 10 successfully gets rid of “garbage”, thus preventing the disk from filling up with unnecessary content for the user. Nevertheless, sometimes the drives fill up and it becomes necessary to perform a disk cleanup. Continue reading “How to add Disk Cleanup to the disk context menu in Windows 10”

Remove Windows Terminal From Context Menu in Windows 10

You can Remove Windows Terminal from the Context menu in Windows 10. The “open in Windows Terminal” item appears there after installing the app from the Microsoft Store.

Now the command to launch the Windows Terminal app in an open directory is integrated directly into the context menu. All you need to do is right-click on an empty space or folder and select Open in Windows Terminal.

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How to Add Empty Recycle Bin To Context Menu in Windows 10

This tutorial shows how to Add Empty Recycle Bin to Context Menu in Windows 10

The Recycle Bin is a location where Windows temporarily stores deleted files and folders. This works since Windows 95. The Recycle Bin allows you to recover files that were deleted some time age. Today in this review we will learn how to add the Empty Recycle Bin command to the folder right-click menu. This will allow you to empty it without opening the Desktop.
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Replace PowerShell with Command Prompt in Start Button Context Menu

How to Replace PowerShell with Command Prompt in Start Button Win+X Menu in Windows 10.

The Win+X Power User Menu is a new feature of recent Windows releases. It was first introduced in Windows 8, and is available in Windows 10. In Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, you can simply right click on the Start button to show it. Or, as it obvious from the title, you can press Win +X on the keyboard to open it even faster, from any app.
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Add Mono Audio Context Menu in Windows 10

How to Add Mono Audio Context Menu in Windows 10

Mono audio is a special Accessibility feature of Windows 10 that makes sure that even if a listener has an issue with one ear or one audio channel, he or she will never miss a word or sound of audio playing in a stereo headset or multichannel speakers. For many years, the audio we listen to has come with distinct left and right channels. In this case, the listener receives a different audio stream from both channels with different sounds. Unlike stereo, monoaural audio plays the same stream via both channels. Windows 10 includes a native option to enable Mono audio output. You can access it faster by adding a special context menu command to the Desktop.
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