October 21, 2011
How to remove the "AMD VISION" entry from the right-click menu
When you right-click on your desktop or in a folder you will see an AMD VISION Engine Control Center (formerly know as ATI Catalyst) entry in your right-click menu which allows you to have a direct access to the AMD Vision Control Center and fiddle with your graphics card settings. If you find this annoying and don't use that function or you have other means to access it (like from the Start menu) you might want to wish to remove it.
Removing the AMD Vision entry context-menu entry:
1. Open regedit.exe. (Start > Run.. (alternatively Windows + R) > type regedit > press OK)
2. Navigate to:
3. Double-click on the (Default) key and rename the value data to whatever you wish or put a few dashes in front of it to disable it, as shown in the picture:
4. Changes take effect immediately. You can close regedit.exe.
Note: these steps are valid for any version of Windows.