When you install programs in Windows a new item for that program may get added to the New context menu accessible from the desktop or within Windows Explorer. This menu can get very long if you have installed a lot of programs.
ShellNewHandler is a simple freeware tool used to enable and disable items in the New context menu. This tool does not require installation, and works in Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.
Download ShellNewHandler from http://sourceforge.net/projects/shellnewhandler/.
Unzip the file you downloaded and run the ShellNewHandler.exe file. A window displays containing a list of all the programs and extensions that may display on your New context menu. Uncheck the check boxes for the programs or extensions that you do not want displaying on the New context menu.
Click the Apply button and then click OK to close the tool.
Your New context menu should be shorter now.
To re-enable programs or extensions you disabled, open the tool again and check the check boxes for the items you want available.
by Lori Kaufman