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    Vista how modify the "New" context menu?

    Hi, whenever I right click a blank inside folder in Vista and go to "New" a bunch of things I never use come up (like bitmap and visual IRC script). Here is his image: http://i43.tinypic.com/2mhbrmc.png

    How to remove stuff I dont want?

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    Re: Vista how modify the "New" context menu?

    Just use TweakUI running in XP compatibility mode to remove them. They are under the templates section.
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    Re: Vista how modify the "New" context menu?

    Me tried but it not work.

    Installed in xp compatible mode but cout << "this program has known compatibility issues" and i try to run anyways and it says requires xp or server 2003??

    also i look here http://malektips.com/xpwtw0027.html
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    Re: Vista how modify the "New" context menu?

    i try different search key online and i get this website: http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/11...text-file.html

    im fine now.

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    Re: Vista how modify the "New" context menu?

    I have TweakVista by StarDock, but it doesn't allow anything except to remove the NEW menu.

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