When you press shift from the keyboard and then right-click on any folder, you will have the ‘Open command window here’ option on the Windows 10 Context Menu.
Right-click in the right-side panel and click on New > Key. Set the name of this newly created Key to what the entry should be labeled in the right-click context menu.
Press the Windows key and R simultaneously, type regedit and press Enter. Navigate to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT*shellexContextMenuHandlers and you will see a series of keys that related to existing menu entries. It is easy to delete any you no longer need access to – just right click a key and select Delete.
Just hold down the SHIFT key and then press F10 and it will bring up the right-click context menu, but using that keyboard shortcut is still not fast or easy when you need to access the right-click menu frequently.
A context menu is a pop-up menu that provides shortcuts for actions the software developer anticipates the user might want to take. In a Windows environment, the context menu is accessed with a right mouse click. … Context menus can be closed by selecting an action or clicking outside the menu area in open space.
The context menu may also be called from the keyboard, activating wherever the cursor or current text selection is, either by pressing the context menu button, (present on some keyboards, between the right side alt and ctrl keys,) or by activating the windows shortcut, Shift-F10.
The context menu is a menu that pops up when you right-click. The menu that you see, if any, is dependent on the context and function of the area that you right-clicked. When you use the Menu key, the context menu is shown for the area of the screen that your cursor is over at the point when the key is pressed.
To add items, select the items in the left pane and click on the Add or + button. To remove items, select items are shown in the right pane and click on the Delete or Thrash button. Do read its Help file for details. Cleaning the New Context Menu will give you a smaller new menu by removing the items you do not want.
In order to make context menu open to the right side, type 0 in the Value data field and click OK. If you want Windows to show context menu to the left side, just set MenuDropAlignment back to 1. After you edit the value, you need to sign out and sign in back to your Windows account or restart your computer.