When installing many third party applications like antivirus programs, zip utility, etc, additional context menu are also create by adding shell extension components to the system. You can see it by right clicking on a file or folder.
This is useful in many cases, but some times it causes problems to the system like slow right click menu, unable to launch applications from the recent programs list in the Windows Vista Start menu, etc.
You can read what problems cause by third party context menu to the system from here.
The ShellExView utility from Nirsoft displays the details of shell extensions installed on your computer, and allows you to easily disable and enable each shell extension. It can be used for solving context-menu problems in Explorer environment.
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