Thanks for that information. Doing that, I assume, leaves just the "Erase Recycle Bin" option in the context menu and removes the 6 other options. I wonder what method of erasing it is that the "Erase Recycle Bin" option uses?joe935 said:I found a way to remove all those eraser entries in the context menu.
You can do it by editing the registry at this key:
remove the following entries:
erasext2, erasext3, erasext4, erasext5, erasext6 & erasext7
As Always make a backup just in case.
I removed the entries yesterday 8/13 and eraser still working properly.