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So first, here's what my actual context menu looks like:

context menu items

These useless options were added by third-party programs, and apparently I can't delete them using the "traditional" programs recommended on the internet (like ShellExView or ShellMenuView or CCleaner, etc), because these menu items just don't appear to be found by them (exception for Kaspersky's and Winrar's menu items, but those I want to keep there).

The menu items that I want to delete are the ones between "Abrir local do arquivo" and "Executar como administrador".

Any solutions?

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  • which third parties added those items like "Run with Japanese locale as administrator" ? – Devid Jul 26 '14 at 0:48
  • The program is called "AppLocale". I had to install it to play a terror game called White Day. – Pedro Corso Jul 26 '14 at 2:14
  • It is. I didn't pay attention to all the given responses, apparently Glary Utilities was quoted there too. Sorry about that. – Pedro Corso Jul 26 '14 at 14:43
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Glary Utilities has a built-in context menu editor. I've tested it and it works great!

  • Well, that solved the problem. I wonder why the other programs didn't list all of the context menu items. – Pedro Corso Jul 26 '14 at 2:27

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