Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Disable a mouse right click | Mini Tech Help Hindi.

Disable a mouse right click

 You might not want anyone to copy your image or don’t want anyone to accidentally rename your file or delete it with the using the context menu. For these and other various reasons you might feel the need to disable mouse right click. Disabling a mouse right click cannot be done using any straightforward settings or pressing any key. The setting are deep down in the registry and you have to be a bit invasive to achieve this. Below is a step by step instruction on how to change the registry setting to disable the right mouse click in windows which will in turn disable the display of the context menu.

Step 1 :

Go to windows start menu and type regedit in the search window. The search window will return a regedit windows application then click on that option. (Note : In-case you are using windows XP then you will have to select the ‘Run’ option from the windows start menu and then type regedit in the box displayed)

Step 2 :

In the registry select the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE->SOFTWARE->Microsoft->Windows->CurrentVersion->policies->Explorer.

Step 3 :

In the explorer look for a entry named ‘NoViewContextMenu’. If present select that entry and right click and select modify option.

A dialog box will be displayed. Change the 'value Data' text box tp 1. Click ok for the changes to take effect.

If the ‘NoViewContextMenu’ entry is not present then create one. Right click on the ‘Explorer’ and select new and select ‘DWORD (32 bit) value’ option. Name this entry as NoViewContextMenu. Once the entry is created then modify it using above steps.

Step 4 :

Restart the machine and your mouse right click will be disabled.



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