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Saturday, August 10, 2013

How to remove “Git” from Windows 7 context menu


  1. Click “Start->Run->cmd” to open up a command prompt window
  2. Type the following commands in the command prompt
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  3. You should see the above "success" message to inform you that the DLL has been unregistered and you should no longer see the "Git" menu items on your context menu
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4 comments:

  1. this is great, it's just you can't see the command you have to type!!!

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    1. Its the part that is on screenshot plus the dllname.
      regsvr32 /u git_shell_ext64.dll or whatever name it have on your sistem.

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  2. can you please tell me how to get GIT options again in windows context menu

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  3. You also need to be in the same directory as the DLL before running the command. It is visible in your DOS window but not listed in the text.

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