|mcctxmenufrmwrk.dll - Large delay when right-clicking on Explorer file/folder.|
First sorting by dates of registry changes, to display at the top of the list the most recent ones. Then disabling one by one the ones with the type "context menu" not belonging to windows (easy as only 4 possible culprits).
Testing the effect, that was immediate btw with the McAfee one. Validation after having rebooted.
I leave it now disabled. I do not know if I simply can remove the registry, that I located with the tool.
The details of the shell extension that might cause the problem:
|Shell Extension Name:||McCtxFrmWrk Class|
|Description:||McAfee ContextMenu Framework|
|Product Name:||McAfee SecurityCenter|
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