Windows includes a bunch of options in that context menu by default, and that list grows as you install more programs or apps. It sometimes seems like every app is fighting for a piece of your context menu and most of us don’t even use half of them.
Clean Up Windows 10 Messy Context Menu with CCleaner:-
Navigate to http://filehippo.com/ and download CCleaner and install it.
Once downloaded, you will need to run through the install wizard which is a next, next, finish process.
Navigate to Tool > Startup > Context menu
and select your application context menu that you want’s to disable, here you have the option to delete it also. it’s really easy to remove context menu with CCleaner.