Is it possible to export or do a backup of Windows (10) right-click context menus across Windows Explorer? E.g., menus when right-clicking a file, folder, empty space in a folder, etc.
I'll be doing a full Win10 -> Win10 reformat and am dreading losing all of my context menu layouts and customizations I've done, beyond just the mere insertion of entries by program installers themselves. I realize context menu items are just registry entries in HKCR, but I'd rather not have to blanket-export/import the entire key, but also not have to manually pore through the entire key, finding and picking out all the entries that currently display or that I've modified/inserted (and compounded by the various scenarios of "All", "folder", varying file extensions, empty space, etc).
So if there's a way to find or target only context menu entries that currently display, or have been inserted/modified manually and not by a program installer, or have modified dates that differ from creation dates (which I don't believe the registry keeps track of dates) -- it would be a huge help. I understand this may not be possible, however.