Add, Remove, Edit Context Menu items in Windows 10/8/7 with Context Menu Editors
Ultimate Windows Customizer, Right-Click Extender for Windows and Context Menu Editor for Windows are freeware releases from the Windows Club, and you may want to check them out.
2) ContextEdit will allow you easily control the items that appear on your context menu of Windows Explorer.
You can also try ShellExtView or ShellMenuView. They are small utilities that display the list of static menu items that appear in the context menu when you right-click a file/folder in Windows Explorer, and allow you to easily disable or edit unwanted menu items.
4) File Menu Tools (link removed) lets you add, delete & customize the context menu items of the Windows Explorer – but it NOW comes bundled with a lot of crapware, according to the comments below.
5] If you are you looking for a fast and easy way to clean up your Window Explorer and Internet Explorer right-click context menu, try MenuMaid.
6] Easy Context Menu freeware will let you add a Program or Icon to the right-click menu.
7] Read this post if you want to remove items from the “New” Context Menu.