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    Does anyone know if it's possible to remove items in the "Send To" menu. When you right-click on a file, then click on Send To....



    I want to remove AIM Buddy, and AIM Share. Anyone know how?
    EDIT: By the way, I'm using Windows 2000 Pro.

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    Originally posted by KrackHead2k@9 November 2003 - 03:36
    Does anyone know if it's possible to remove items in the "Send To" menu. When you right-click on a file, then click on Send To....



    I want to remove AIM Buddy, and AIM Share. Anyone know how?
    EDIT: By the way, I'm using Windows 2000 Pro.
    yeah id also like to know this

    (im using XP)

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    your best bet is to make changes to the group policies...
    to do this: START/RUN/gpedit.msc

    once you've opened the editor, navigate to:

    user config/admin template/windows components/windows explorer

    there you will find several options concerning menu items, you might find what you want there...

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    check this site to learn several ways to improve xp's performance by removing unessessary services and processes that take up valuable resources. +many more tips.

    http://www.tweaktown.com/document.php?dTyp...dId=324&dPage=1

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    Nevermind, I found out how, thanks anyway mr-rain. Stonecoldfreak1, here is how you do it:

    1. Goto My computer
    2. Goto C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\
    (The folder is hidden, you need to be able to view hidden folders)
    3. Select the Tools menu
    4. Choose folder options
    5. Click on the View Tab
    6. Select option "Show all files and folders"
    7. Click on OK
    8. The "Send To" folder should come up, open it
    9. You should now be able to customize your "Send To" folder

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    Now all I need to know is how to remove the rest of the crap in my right-click menu...



    Like the AVIcodec, Paintshop Pro, and Winamp bookmark crap... anyone know how to get rid of it?

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    Originally posted by mr-rain@9 November 2003 - 03:58
    your best bet is to make changes to the group policies...
    to do this: START/RUN/gpedit.msc

    once you've opened the editor, navigate to:

    user config/admin template/windows components/windows explorer

    there you will find several options concerning menu items, you might find what you want there...
    the path Start>run>gpedit.msc didn't work on my XP sp1a machine says file isn't there anyways i think the other way is better

    @krackhead-i'm guessing that's more application side, rather than OS side, if that makes any sense. Look in documents and settings maybe there's some .ini files or something for those programs?? that's a wild guess though btw avicodec SUCKS i wouldn't mind taking it out of there on my computer too


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    I actually like AVIcodec, it's been pretty usefull. I found out how, those right-click menu items are in the following regedit folders:
    Code:
    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\OpenWithList]
    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers]
    
    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell]
    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers]
    
    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Drive\shell]
    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Drive\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers]
    
    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder\shell]
    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers]

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    Before people start suggesting the usual Tweak application may i suggest an alternate registry editing if you are comfortable.

    If you go to start > run
    type regedit
    Then...

    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT
    *>shellex>ContextMenuHandlers
    Normally you would find things in the right menu there. Deleting it would remove it from the right click menu. However you might want to copy the key incase you wish to add it to the right click menu.



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    If you don't find the correct ContextMenuHandlers item under "*" you could try looking under specific file extensions. You could also try searching the registry for the text that appears on the menu. When searching, don't forget to preface any character that is underlined in the menu with an "&". The ampersand is typically used to identify the character to underline when a menu entry's text is saved in the registry.

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    @KrackHead2k-i used to like avicodec too, until i found out it makes mistakes. It&#39;s interface is more user-friendly than gspot, but here is a reproducable mistake(on my comp) that avicodec makes.
    make an svcd program stream in tmpgenc or any other program.
    Choose film movie as your source.(i know this works in tmpgenc)
    after encoding, open it in avicodec, it will say the film is 29.976fps.

    that&#39;s wrong. it should be saying 24fps but avicodec is going by the ntsc flags, not the actual framerate of the movie, which is 24fps. Open the file in virtualdubmpeg2 and it will give the correct fps because virtualdub is not so stupid as to go by what the flags say. It figures out the correct framerate,bitrates,ect........


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