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19 Dec 2009  
Capt.Jack Sparrow

Windows 7 Ultimate - 64-bit | Windows 8 Pro - 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Homeuser66 View Post
Zizzag, I tried to register it, no place to register it,only buy it...which leads me to believe it's spyware or malware and not sure how it got there. I ran Kaspersky and Microsoft Securities Essentials and nothing was found..

Capt. Jack, I'm going to try your programs you suggested. Worse case I will have to format again, which takes all of 5 seconds....lol...and reinstall, 20 min.....Just the hastle of putting all my stuff back in....but I'll let you know...
Please go through the Tutorial before running ShellExView

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Disable/Enable Shell Extensions

The ShellExView utility allows you to disable and enable the shell extensions components on your system. In order to disable or enable a shell extension item, select the desired item, and from the File menu (or from the pop-up menu) select the appropriate option - "Enable Selected Items" or "Disable Selected Items".
Here's 2 examples of useful things that you can do with this feature:
  • Context Menu: Some applications, like WinZip, CuteFTP, and others, add some items to the context menu when you right-click on a file in explorer window. If you disable the appropriate shell extension, you won't get these additional menu items.
    In order to locate the desired shell extension item:
    1. Sort the extensions list by the "Type" column and look at all "Context Menu" items.
    2. Search the application that creates the menu you want to disable. The icon near each item can help to locate the desired shell extension.
  • Shell Folder: When you enter into some special folders like "History" and "Temporary Internet Files", you don't see the real file system, but the a virtual folder that the shell extension create for you. If you want to watch the real file system inside "History" or "Temporary Internet Files", you can disable the appropriate shell extension items.
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