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How to Disable Chrome New Right Menu?

If you somehow or rather don't like the latest Chrome's right menu, there is a way to disable it.

  1. Look for the shortcut where you usually start Chrome e.g. on your Desktop.

  2. Right click on the shortcut and then Properties.

  3. Make sure the Shortcut tab is selected.

  4. In the Target field at the end of "C:\Program Files\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" after space add "–-disable-new-menu-style" without quotes. (note we have got two hyphens before disable).

  5. Click OK to apply changes.

Done! The next time you click on this shortcut, the good usual familiar right menu will be used.

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