Sweet! I didn't even think about trying that. I have several XP machines
here, so I just copied the TweakUI.exe from one to my Vista Business laptop,
and ran it. You're right! Thanks, that fixes my issue until Microsoft
(hopefully!) comes out with a proper TweakUI for Vista.
"carl feredeck" wrote:
> the powetoy for xp works in that reguard still, if you run it in xpsp2
> compatibility mode.
> I have done this by copying the tueakui.exe from an xp machine to vista so I
> didnt have to install it.
> You can aslo unpack the msi tweakui installer with "universal extractor"...
> google for those words
> "Hans" <Hans@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > in previous versions of Windows, users could add or remove file types from
> > the "New" context menu (accessed in File Explorer by right mouse clicking,
> > then selecting "new".) In Vista, I've got a bunch of file types in there
> > that I'd like to remove, so that I only have the ones I use regularly.
> > WinZip, for example, puts three entries in there, all called "WinZip", but
> > clicking them creates a new type (.zip, .tar, etc.) I've searched high
> > and
> > low but can't figure out how to do this! With no tweakUI PowerToy or
> > anything, does anyone know how to do this?