Right Click on Desktop take long time to show up

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  1. Posts : 12
    Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Home, Fedora 21
       #21

    topgundcp said:
    Thanks popeye
    Step 5 in that post will not work in Windows 10 so here's an update.
    Please download: ShellExView - Shell Extension Manager For Windows

    1. This program does not require installation, just right click and run as Administrator
    2. From the menu, click on Options then click on Filter by Extension Type and select Context Menu Also put a check marks on the items as shown below.

      Attachment 33279
    3. On the list are the Shell Extensions with pink background, installed by the third party programs
    4. Hold down SHIFT Key, click on first item & then on last item to select ALL then click on the red button on top left corner to disable all.
    5. CTRL+ALT+DELETE->Task Manager->File->Run New Task and type explorer->OK
    6. Now try to right click on desktop to see if it fixes your problem. If it does then start to enable one by one and repeat step 5 until the problem occurs again, that's the offending extension.
    This worked!! Thank you very much :) :)

    Synaptics Control Panel
    seems to be the offending extension for me. Any downside for disabling it?
    Right Click on Desktop take long time to show up-capture.png
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  2. Posts : 2,790
    Linux Mint 20.1 Win10Prox64
       #22

    @Remian8985
    Synaptics Control Panel seems to be the offending extension for me. Any downside for disabling it?
    No, I think you can also access it via control panel. Another extension I saw from the list is NVIDIA control panel, this extension also causes problem so keep an eye on it.
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  3. Posts : 69
    Win10Pro_x64 20H2
       #23

    I5 6600K
    16GB Ram
    256GB SSD Corsair
    12TB HDD (4x3TB WD Green)
    CoolerMaster V650W
    Windows 10 Professional x64 1607
    and a TON on software.

    Same issue, menu takes forever in latest build to display.
    And no clue how to bloody fix this issue, it's driving me insane, since I need this menu a LOT...

    Drivers are latest version, tried disable any NVidia part both in Register and in NVidia Control Panel, but no matter what I do, the system's menu is frikken slow.
    In Explorer it works normal ON FOLDERS, but once I start to manage my files... that's where things go awkward.
    On my desktop it's not even working, it flashes for 1/8th a second and it is gone again...

    The further we venture into this Windows 10 farce, the more that starts to fail.
    They should have NEVER left Win 7!
    Though, Explorer always had serious issues with large data handling....
    Even in W7Ult x64.

    Maybe they should build a modern Norton Commander, now THAT was a great system tool.
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  4. Posts : 1
    Win10
       #24

    I started having this problem a few months ago. I tried a lot of things but finally used ccleaner to clean the register. I had not done in quite a while so a lot of stuff appeared. Cleared it out and things are back to normal.
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  5. Posts : 1
    windows 10
       #25

    Tey Tey said:
    Hey Darkvelvet,
    I had the exact same issue as you did. Fortunately, I was able to fix it, and here's how I did it.

    Hold down the Windows Key and R. This will open up the "run" dialogue box.
    It looks like this: Attachment 32673

    Type the following in the box: regedit
    Click "Ok" or press the "Enter" key.
    This will open the registry editor.
    Attachment 32674

    Once open, navigate through the folders using this path:
    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\background\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers
    Once there, make sure you click on the drop-down arrow. You'll see a few folders.
    It should look something like this:Attachment 32672

    You should find a folder with the name of the graphics driver, in your case, NVidia.

    BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING ELSE YOU MUST BACKUP YOUR REGISTRY JUST IN CASE
    Click File\Export
    Name the file anything and save it anywhere you'll remember.
    If anything goes wrong, you can double-click this file and it will restore the registry to its previous state.

    Now lets get back to the NVidia folder.
    Delete it.
    To make the full change it may require a PC restart.
    I hope this helps! :)
    -Tey Tey
    And by the way, Welcome to the Ten Forums!
    Than you so much Tey Tey...it fixed my problem : folder creation and deletion and even refreshing caused my PC to freeze.
    (ps:I signed up to thank you buddy)
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  6. Posts : 16,278
    W10Prox64
       #26

    darkninja said:
    Than you so much Tey Tey...it fixed my problem : folder creation and deletion and even refreshing caused my PC to freeze.
    (ps:I signed up to thank you buddy)
    Hi darkninja and welcome to Tenforums.
    Glad this fix worked for you and thanks for letting us know.
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