I need to remove the annoying shell integration of Notepad++.
How do I do that, please?
If you are weary of editing the registry you can try ShellExView which is a free application that allows editing of Shell Extensions.
Open the registry editor (Start->Run) and type in "regedit".
Navigate to the following key:
You will see the key "Notepad++". Simply delete it.
Here's the non-registry, non-download way to uninstall the Notepad++ shell extension. Using the Command Prompt as an admin, run the following:
To make this change active, you may need to restart explorer.
You can also reinstall the extension and get customization options:
1: If you use 32-bit Windows or installed Notepad++ in a different folder, the path may be different.
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