If not, contact the vendor for support. My problem : — I have Vista Home Premium. How my computer got this I think had something to do with adding new programs. To find the context menu handlers, sort the Type column, so the context menu handlers are displayed together. During installation, being that you still have the former graphics card installation in your computer, it might ask you if to uninstall or repair? Make Windows Time Service Automatic The problem of an incorrect clock on a Windows computer can be due to Windows Time Services not being set to Automatic option.
Contextual Menu is still taking a very long time to show up. When it opens, click on the , Memory, Disk and Network tabs to see which processes are hogging your system and using up your bandwidth. The problem was especially bad on the desktop where I once waited a whopping 30 seconds for the menu to appear. Now the right click is totally clean without any extra context menu but it is still slow. Often the problem may not be found until you perform a function or action such as right clicking a folder or file, making it more difficult to fix. My word but Windows 10 is a mess. Now try to right click on desktop to see if it fix your problem.
ShellExView from NirSoft can do more than fix slow right click problems since the tool can display all installed shell extensions. Or make it not idle and go to sleep? However, this hard drive it seam to idle and go into Hibernation or sleep mode when it is inactive for a long time. Then after awhile it does it again. Follow the steps listed above. The main issue seems to be some 3rd party application which seems to be conflicting with Windows Shell extensions or a corrupt 3rd party shell extension itself. The other trick that has worked for some people is to go to Device Manager, right-click on the display adapter and choose Disable.
It literally take about 10 - 15 seconds for the Menu to show up. Moreover by default the Non Microsoft context menu are marked for easier identification. It definitely wasn't the Nvidia driver. If you have a problem when you right-click on a blank area on the Desktop, then you need to inspect the handlers in this registry key. The problem persists even though the above tips are described. To get started, first download. They also talk about context menus and going into registry and deleting there.
From the menu, click on Options then click on Filter by Extension Type and select Context Menu. You can either try to re-enable it again right there or you can restart the computer once and then enable the adapter. I then open that same folder, which also is fast. It will scan the registry for all the shell extensions. I have been trying to fix this problem for years, and finally a solution that works! These Windows 7 tools will help you troubleshoot and fix a slow computer in a quick and easy way. Right click on Windows 10 Start button and click on Control Panel 2.
I will try unplug the drive and see if it the External Drive that is causing the problem. But not all of them :. In most cases, the desktop context menu takes longer than usual time to appear because of the integrated third-party items like Intel graphics card properties and. Now in Startup tab Inside Task Manager disable all the startup items which are enabled. Anyone know if there is a similar fix out there to solve this problem as well? So I hope it will help you for sure.
I upgraded to Windows 8. It have gone so bad that beside the Contextual Menu is slow, but opening and Empty the Recycle Bin also slow as well. One way to quickly cure slow right click problems is to isolate the program using a free tool called ShellExView. There could be a possibility that a third party application is conflicting and causing the issue to occur. Then I remembered NirSoft has a Shell Extension Manager for Windows called ShellExView, which perhaps I can use that to view any hidden context menu. If the drive is used for automatic continuous backups, you'd probably be best served by a network-connected drive. I still have this problem… the delay is apparent on files, folders and applications… for example — right-clicking on an email in Outlook….
What is interesting, is I had this Dell laptop for almost a year no issues. . Worked perfectly for me on Windows 7…and it was iCloud ContextMenuHandler Class ver. So looking for a Solution to not have the Menu access the Hard Drive or make the Hard Drive always active, not go into Hibernation would be great. A couple of programs that come to mind are StarDock applications like Fences, Start8, and WindowBlinds. If you find any additional sub-keys there, it may have be added by third-party applications. These programs really hook into Windows and change the behavior along with the look.
It takes a solid 3 or so seconds to pop-up. But there can still be glitches, errors, and lags. Ever since the release of Windows 10, which happened about ten months ago, several users have been complaining about the slow desktop context menu. Oct 1, 2012 by anonymous. You should see an option called Repair Your Computer. Best of all it is free! Next, expand Display adapters and right-click on your Nvidia Graphic Card and select Enable.