Kid Key Lock Kid Key Lock has been mentioned before in our article about , but can be setup to only disable the right click function in Windows. Here are the steps: 1. First, make sure to back up your registry in case something gets messed up. Even if there is not a specific driver for Windows 8. That seems to fix the issue if there was some sort of corruption. Now I have to use the right click button.
It would have been more useful if the password option could be used to lock the setup options screen in case you want to stop the user enabling the mouse buttons again, but that option is only of benefit when completely locking the keyboard. Amrita M Microsoft Answers Support Engineer Visit our and let us know what you think. Because Windows 8 is designed for a touch based system, Microsoft has thought about change the default Right-Click Option or Context menu location, to open to the left side instead of right of the mouse cursors. Once created, double click it and set the Value Data to '2'. Following are the two working solutions that you could use to enable right-click on Windows 10 desktop again. This configuration provides a compromise that allows a user to still access the important functions of the Charms Bar while minimizing the frustration of accidentally triggering it when the mouse cursor moves to the top-right corner of the screen.
You can also backup that entire key by right-clicking on ContextMenuHandlers and choosing Export. My name is Mitch Bartlett. That's a good idea to use a third party workaround until the actual fix. I have covered step by step guide for both the options to disable or enable Windows 10 context menus. In Press and Hold Settings dialog, you can change the amount of time you must press and hold before you can perform a right-click, and also the amount of time during press and hold to perform a right-click action. As its name implies, this disables all hot corner functionality on the Desktop, including the fast app switcher upper-left corner of the screen in addition to both the upper- and lower-right corner Charms Bar triggers.
The last time I right-clicked on a file, I was annoyed by the fact that it took a full two seconds to load the context menu. When completed, you can remove the downloaded. I can go through the manufacturer troubleshooting, but wanted to try and see if it could be software related instead. And if I'm posting this in the wrong forum, please show me the error in my ways. Follow me on , or visit my. To Enable Windows Explorer Context Menu for All Users Download the below file.
The first thing we have to do is turn on the filter. This time name the key command. The right mouse button can be disabled, all buttons can be set to send left-clicks, mouse clicks can be restricted to a particular area of the screen etc. Double click on the extracted. Step 1: Open the Registry Editor by typing Regedit. Definitely use this as a last resort and make sure to backup your computer before you delete anything from the registry.
With a bit more creativity and know-how you can obviously add other things to the script such as disabling the tray icon, adding a password to turn it on and off etc. Step 2: Here, tap on More settings to open the old Control Panel. Disable the Charms Bar Completely Other Windows 8 users may just want to kill the Charms Bar completely, at least on the Desktop. If you have a context menu that looks anything like the one below, that would definitely be your problem. To avoid these issues, here are two ways to manage and disable the Charms Bar in Windows 8.
Step 3: In the Control Panel, tap on Hardware and Sound and then tap on Pen and Touch to open Pen and Touch Properties dialog. Hope this information is helpful. Right-clicking on a Windows tablet is pretty easy actually! Whenever I would try to right-click on anything on the desktop or in Windows Explorer, the right-click menu would take anywhere from 10 to 25 seconds to load! You will need to log off or reboot for any of these changes to take effect. The Disable Keyboard Keys option will turn off the most basic keyboard input. Here, you can just disable them and see if it fixes your problem. The great thing about this program is that you can use it to quickly disable all the extensions without actually deleting them.
Now double-click on the Default value in the right-pane and paste in the path to your program. By default settings, Windows 10 automatically turns on the tablet mode only if it finds that you are running Windows 10 on a tablet device. To Disable Windows Explorer Context Menu,Select the radio button Enabled. Just a thought, hopefully any future lurkers might try to check the settings before going through regedit. Hi, · Does this issue occur only on Internet Explorer or Windows Explorer as well? Now my computer works again.
To Disable Windows Explorer Context Menu for All Users, click on the Download button to download the file below. Found the solution , reprinted and slightly edited for convenience: 1. Additionally, when you right-click any blank area on the Start Screen, the context menu turns up, but no options appear on it, as exhibited in the following picture. Now though, the registry edit is unnecessary, and your solution should be the one that people try first! I have lenovo G50 laptop. Just touch the screen where you want to do a right-click, hold until a small animated box appears see the picture below and then lift your finger to see the context menu right-click menu. We all know what the right click context menu is in Windows and how it works.
This tutorial should work in Windows 10 also. I remember having this problem on a Windows 7 machine a few years back, but that was because I had a lot of crap entries third-party extensions added to my right-click context menu by various programs. Step 2: In When I sign in drop-down box, select Use desktop mode. If you have any themer or skinning program installed to change the way Windows looks, it would definitely be worth a shot to uninstall that program and see what happens. Open the all users, specific users or groups, or all users leaving administrators Local Group Policy Editor for how you require this policy to be applied. It says it only works up to Windows 7, but it runs just fine on Windows 8 and Windows 8. Among those tweaks, enabling and disabling all right-click context menus is also a wonderful tweak.