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Windows 7: How to remove specific item from recycle bin context menu ?

14 Jun 2019   #1

Windows7 x64
How to remove specific item from recycle bin context menu ?


Is there any way to do that through registry editing or other method ?

Thanks !

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14 Jun 2019   #2

Windows 10 Pro x64 x3, Ubuntu

It may be possible to uninstall the application, in you case Axcrypt ? and then if you still require it's functionality, when you reinstall, after a few hard reboots - not restart, it may give you the option to control the adding of the context menu item, in the full or custom, install not the express install.

If not there are several methods to remove the entry

this is one idea ...
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16 Jun 2019   #3

Windows 7 64 bit

I always wondered why some dumb stuff is in these context menus..Like Ccleaner also put 'clean with' right click in the recycle bin context menu.. Oh well, don't worry about it...Grab a beer and goggle the problem and while you may not find a solution you will enjoy the experience...
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16 Jun 2019   #4
F22 Simpilot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Those options are selectable upon a custom install. When you install a program, always chose the custom option and not the default option. This is one way Ads and other crap get installed to your computer because you didn't chose the custom option to install to allow you the option to opt out.
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16 Jun 2019   #5

Windows 7 64 bit

That's only partially correct..Not all programs have 'custom' install.
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4 Weeks Ago   #6
F22 Simpilot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I was referring to what the OP had there...
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