I noticed that whenever I click on any folder in Windows Explorer (and many times on files), there will be a noticeable lag. I discovered that the cause of this turned out to be Google Drive and that disabling context menu options using apps like ShellExView or manually editing registry settings would solve the slow/hanging problem.
However: What if I sometimes want to still use the Google Drive context menu options in case I want to share a link to a folder? It's annoying to be forced to have to either completely disable this useful feature or deal with the right-click menu being constantly slow all time.
The problem (before/after exiting Google Drive):
So, the question is: How can I get the best of both worlds? That is: Faster right-click while also being able to occasionally access Google Drive's useful share features?