The issue is after the folder is open, or even if you attempt to right click on an open desktop! The submenu had various files available to choose from as a direct shortcut feature for eg.
I am in a new folder and I right click to reveal my file choices, ie I want to open a new works file, I click on the MSW file and presto a file opens within my new folder ( still with me? ), but the fact is now a few of the most popular files are no longer available to me as they have been deleted somewhere during new programe installation or some other tech confilct?
I was searching the computer forums myself lately for an answer and the problem seems to be in the registry, this as you know is a high security zone, but willing to learn I began to read a few different articles and all related to me this:
There is a shell of all files and programes listed in the registry of XP, its here our answer lies, but of the two forums I reviewed on this issue neither provided a cure? Both gave 70% of the answer but at the end of the day no cure?
So if anyone knows the exact steps to take in the XP registry to add file choices to the right click sub menu Id be grateful for same. I mean for all computer users its so basic that when one wants to open a file and is four moves deep into their computer via desktop, click my docs, click new folder, right click for submenu, they dont want to have to continually go back to the desktop to have to open a simple works doc and then have to go through the same moves again to place that file into a chosen folder?
As for XP, I cannot praise the OS enough, its obvious how much time and effort went into putting it together, but I would like to say that one of their well thought out shortcuts has in my case vanished and reparing the issue is proving to be difficult so far.
I shall check in again soon,