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A while back I made it so that when i right clicked on a folder, i could choose to open it in the command prompt by going into folder options. Is there a way i can remove this as i no longer require it. When i go into folder options etc. the delete button is greyed out and cannot be pressed (see attached image)

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Set one of the other options as "Default". That should make the "Remove" button available for "cmd prompt".
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