Disable Right Click

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You may not want users to have access to the right click menu. This can be useful when you don’t want people editing the start menu. There are workarounds for not having the right click button, but this will deter most users. In this guide you’ll learn how to disable right clicking in Windows.
Disable right click for the Desktop, Files, Folders, and Windows Explorer
1. Start Group Policy Editor (Start > Run > ―gpedit.msc‖)
2. In the left panel, go to User Configuration >Administrative Templates > Start Menu and Taskbar
3. In the right panel, enable Remove access to the context menus for the taskbar
Disable right click for the Taskbar and theStart Menu
1. Start Group Policy Editor (Start > Run > ―gpedit.msc‖)
2. In the left panel, go to Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Explorer
3. In the right panel, enable Remove Windows Explorer’s default context menu

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