How to Remove ‘Open in Windows Terminal’ from Windows 10 Context Menu

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How to Remove ‘Open in Windows Terminal’ from Windows 10 Context Menu

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For Windows Terminal users, you may notice that in the Windows 10 Context Menu you will be using an ‘Open in Windows Terminal’ option, actually this option is not a bother, but for those of you who I don’t like it because it will fill the Context Menu, you can get rid of it with the following simple steps.

Step 1. First, please open the Registry Editor.

Step 2. Next, please navigate to the following directory: HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Shell Extensions \

Step 3. In that directory, please create a new key named “Blocked” (if it doesn’t exist yet).

Step 4. Next, in the previously created Blocked Directory, please create a new String Value with the following name:

{9F156763-7844-4DC4-B2B1-901F640F5155}

Step 5. Finally, please Restart Explorer (Restart the device can also ).

And that’s done, please see the results, please right click on the folder and it should have disappeared Open in Windows Terminal.

How to Restore It’s

simple, you go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Shell Extensions \ Blocked, then please delete {9F156763-7844-4DC4-B2B1-901F640F5155}.

And finally restart Explorer.exe via Task manager.

Please try, hopefully useful.

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