We recommend to Remove the recent application, which after installing the problem started Right Click Not Responding and Crashes by following steps below. Now, you need to enable each one one after the other and find out which of these create the problem. Make sure to perform the hardware diagnostics shown below as well while waiting for a reply. Be Aware, I disabled this once, enabled it again and it continued to work properly until a reboot, then it was right back to where it was. In the Create new task window, type Explorer.
So download this software and this software does not require to be installed. In this case, many people may be all agog to know what 'another way' is? Press Win + R, type msconfig and hit the Enter button. Creating a new folder from File Explorer. I then clicked on the Rebuild button. This seems to have helped. Among them, I removed a software named Mirekusoft Install Monitor which was stopping software from working properly. Its a one time run application.
Power desk is a file manager program which I occasionally use, I think it was originally created for Windows 95. Windows Freezes When I Right ClickWindows Freezes When I Right Click Sometimes confidential details can be also the involving the blue screen of death of tragedy. What is this, by the way, it's there twice too? I would leave anything detected in the vault for a few days, to make sure you haven't removed something important. . If you are able to determine, if any third party application is causing the issue then you can uninstall the application. Windows File Explorer is one of the most important elements of any Windows version as it helps users access different folders and files. The right click would not respond at clicking.
Also some third-party software, which might have blocked File Explorer, Due to application of any policy setting either on your standalone machine or from the domain, part of which your system is that restricts File Explorer and the last one Virus and malware infection. However, sometimes due to my health, family or life it may take me a little longer. If Issue does not comes back then enable the other application and leaving this one enabled itself as its not causing the issue. After these things, I am facing this issue with my context menu. Also when I click on an icon or try to open a programs it takes forever to finally open.
Reboot in normal mode and remember to undo the changes you made in msconfig. Be sure to restart the computer. Here under process tab scroll down and look for windows explorer, Right click and select End Task. Click on the Options again and select Restart Explorer Now try to right click on desktop to see if it fix your problem. I haven't been able to find. Include the contents of this report in your next reply.
I'd like to work on her suggestions first and, if it becomes necessary, I'll work on your suggested process. Content menu handler would add commands to your right-click menu. Discussion in '' started by MushfiqChowdhury,. Thank you so much for your suggestions. I can' find a solution for this.
This content menu handler can load from many different areas in the registry, and it can be a difficult task for a end-user to pinpoint which extension is causing the problem. Explorer crashes when I right-click What you need to do first is to. Any solution to permanently fix my problem? Moved from Win 7 to Am I Infected - Hamluis. It is Internet Explorer, Windows Explorer, My Computer, My Documents, etc , and the Desktop. It's for Windows 8 but will be the same for 10: I have ShellExView downloaded already, but I didn't know how to properly use it. Check out for the detailed steps.
In case the problem persists, then we suggest that you go ahead and perform a clean boot. I tried sfc, disabling shellnew items, ccleaner, and some more tweaks but none didn't help. Then after Check to see if you can access to File Explorer now. Keep us updated with the results after performing the steps above. Click on the Options again and select Restart Explorer Now try to right click on desktop to see if it fix your problem. If your game is freezing or not responding, uninstalling and reinstalling it will remove and replace the files that run the game. Hello again Rog, It is nice to have both you and Cookiegal working on my problem, but it's getting me a little confused as I'm not yet able to navigate this forum very well.
So the software drivers are for intangible appliances. Have you previously uninstalled any of them? It freezes even when I press new via menu bar in file explorer. It only occurs when I click new. Poorly coded items which get added by third-party software or service may cause this problem. Again, Thanks for your help and regards, Fernando Monday, August 14, 2006; 12:05 pm All you will be disabling using that utility is the right click context menu entry. For this press Alt + Ctrl + Del and select Task manager. I was having the right-click issue with Windows 10 File Explorer, too and found this thread.