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Hi guys, I installed the application called "SkinStudio" this morning, shortly after I realized it wasn't for me I deleted it. But I just found out that when I right click on image files now (eg. JPGs), there's an option says "Create Skin with SkinStudio". When the program is already uninstalled, how do I get rid of the leftover right click menu option?

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Context Menu Editor allows you to remove non-standard items from the right-click menu of files, folders and Internet Explorer. The program can come handy if previous software installation failed to remove a context menu item, or if you wish to (permanently) remove an item that you dont need.

http://www.snapfiles...menueditor.html
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Hi, Keith thanx for the reply. I did it once before and it was only a simple deletion of entry from the registry I just can't remember how to do it now. Is it possible to remove the option without the assistance of this application? Cheers
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Try here

http://windowsxp.mvp...ext_folders.htm

I suggested the app cos it is probably safer than registry editing
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Hi Keith, thanx for the reply. I've been digging in my registry and yeah, it turned out that not as usual applications, this SkinStudio has associated itself with JPEG files and a few other image formats. I've deleted the entries in the registry and now problem fixed. Thanx

Check out the screen capture :tazz:

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