Adding these context menu items alone should not have caused this, but you may have some other menu items that are interfering with these causing this slow context menu opening.
If you remove the context menu items you added from this tutorial, does the context menu open at normal speed again?
If you have recently installed any 3rd party programs that also adds context menu items, then you might try temporarily disabling them to see if that may be the source of this problem.
You can use the free program ShellExView and look for all Context Menu item Types. It may take a bit, but disable the ones you suspect may be the cause a few at a time until the problem is no longer there. Afterwards, you can enable the ones that were not the cause again.
Thanks Shawn; but i did not add any other item. i am only added copy to folder & move to folder, i was install ShellExView and i was disabled contex menu bar of some programs, but its coused more, anyhow i think i'll re install my vista :D
No, its already disable. I tryed this. its not workin' my pc also i used regedit, i did not use ShellExView on that time. Copy & move to folder bars disabled but context menu currently slow :| i think one way format lol
Is there a way to create specific folder options for "move to"?
for example, i have a folder with hundreds of files i have to catalog and I need to move them to specific folders first. I would like to use the "move to" feature to right click on the file and move it, in one click, to a specific folder, rather than browse to it.
btw, i found out that using send to + shift would work. But i am non-geek lazy and i am looking for a one click solutions. Plus it is hard to remember to use shift.
Came here for shellnew text document (Adobe CS3 and CS4 very often takes it to Hell), but tried this one and almost all other as a .REG files. Works fine at Windows Server 2008 Enterprise SP1 x64. Quick and accurate restoration of all missing.
Not sure why they would not be there in the Edit menu bar item. What was the location in Windows Explorer that you are looking at that does not have them? I'll look to see if I may see the same thing to.