The Problem:-Whenever one right clicks on any item it takes atleast fifteen seconds to open same thing happens when one tries to delete any item.
Right click on an empty area of Desktop>Properties.When the Display Properties box opens, click the Appearance tab, click the Effects button, left click to REMOVE the checkmark in the box to the left of: Use the following transition effect for menus and tooltips, click the OK button, then click the Apply and OK buttons at the bottom of theremaining box. You'd probably gain even more speed if you'd switch to the Classic Start Menu (Right click the Start button, left click Properties,select the option: Classic Start menu, click the Apply and OK buttons.
It's may be due to one of the context menu entries, one may need to remove one. But before doing this one must back up the following registry keys.These are the registry keys you will find them in, but many programs will have their own options to disable them.
Start>Run>Regedit>ok and navigate to the following keys:-
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