What we showed in the first step is a variant of eliminating the side effects (undesired context menu entries) of a software with another software.
However, if you want to lend a hand yourself, you can also do this in Windows directly via the registry.
To do this, proceed as follows:
Use the key combination “Windows key +” R ” to open the Windows command prompt and then enter “regedit “.
Next, select the entry “HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT / Directory / Background / shell” in the folder structure shown.
Note: You do not have to search your way through the endlessly long list, but simply search for the entry in the registry using the key combination “CTRL + F”.
See fig. (Click to enlarge)