Personalize Your Mac’s Context Menu

MacOS: Once Apple finally implemented right-clicking, Mac apps loaded up a context menu with additional functionality. MacOS even includes a few of them by default. But most American users do not need to “convert text to Simplified Chinese.” Here’s how to get rid of that and any other right-click menu option so you can easily find the ones you want.

Open System Preferences and click the Keyboard icon. From the top menu, select Shortcuts . From the menu on the left, select Services . Now go down to the right menu and deselect what you don’t need. (Not all menu items are available here, but many are.)

While you’re in your Mac’s keyboard preferences, you can disable unused keyboard shortcuts by selecting all of the other options in the left menu and digging into their menus.


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