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Removing Unnecessary Context Menu Options

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#1 SamCy


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Posted 29 January 2016 - 07:11 PM

I am trying to find a way to remove context menu options from Windows, options that I am never ever going to use. For example, I can right-click on the desktop, navigate to Graphics options > Resolution, and I am greeted with this:

I am never going to use most of these options, as they don't scale properly. I am only going to use the few that actually fit my screens resolution. There is no reason for the others to be there. How could I go about removing these, and only keeping the ones that I actually use?

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Posted 30 January 2016 - 01:08 PM


Control Panel -> Display -> Screen Resolution -> Advanced Settings -> There should be a toggle [all modes - only modes I can display] select the appropriate one



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