I have a Dell XPS 9000 running Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit with the Intel i7-920 processor and 6 GB ram. This install of Windows has been stable until the last month. Now about 75 % of the time when I right-click something either on the desktop or in Windows Explorer this will cause Windows Explorer to crash and reload the desktop. Rebooting does not help. Has anyone encountered this problem before? The only fix I can think of is to remove some of the entries that show up in the menu when I right-click on an icon. There's about twice as many items listed there now than when I installed Windows. The only problem with this is that I don't know how to edit that list. Any suggestions? I doesn't seem to matter what the icon I right-click on is (drive letter, picture, folder, etc...).