Using run-->regedit, then find two folder and delete it
If there still exist, plz use "find" function to find all "DropboxExt" and then delete it.
Truly, why would you force that onto your end user? Dropbox is supposed to be about convenience and ease of use. Your pollution of the context menu is exactly the opposite of that. Err on the side of elegance not this low brow brute force mentality.
Maybe the easiest solution to remove Dropbox from context menu is to use CCleaner:
Tools -> Startup > Context Menu
I don't see why you have to ask OP for the whole screen. As if he uses a high resolution screen then it's ok to spam the context menu?
Right now I see 9 dropbox items in my context menu. I really concern this will only grow more and more.
Most applications would group the items into its own app category (sub-menu). Why dropbox must lay it all out? At least give us option to customize it please...
How about this screenshot? There're now 9 items just for Dropbox alone, and it's literally filling up my entire screen height and trigger a vertical scroll on the context menu. It's ridiculous. I don't care how you do it, but reduce them asap. before I decide to unsubscribe as well and go elsewhere.
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