"Hi, there. Is it possible to remove context menu in Windows 8 computer? That is, the context menu won't show up when anyone else right-clicks any icon on the desktop or in the File Explorer. If you have any good idea, please share it with me. Thanks."
To disable/remove context menu (as shown in the following picture), you can enable the related setting in Local Group Policy Editor, which is further illustrated by the steps below.
Step 1: Open Run dialog with Windows+R hotkeys, enter gpedit.msc in the blank box and tap OK to open Local Group Policy Editor.
Step 2: Locate and open the setting called "Remove File Explorer's default context menu".
BTW, you can find it in User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/File Explorer.
Step 3: In the setting's window, choose Enabled and click OK to have the setting enabled.
Then, you'll find that the context menus do not turn up when you right-tap any icon on the desktop or any item in File Explorer.
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