I was having an issue where right-clicking in Windows Explorer would take 10+ seconds to show the context menu, and some other operations, like creating a new folder, would also take unreasonably long. Finally managed to track it down (using ShellExtView from NirSoft) to the context menu item from Insync. Once I disabled that and restarted Explorer, everything started working like normal. Tried re-enabling it, went back to being slow. Not sure if this is a problem because of a Windows 10 update, since I haven’t used this computer for 2 months and it auto-updated while I was away, but didn’t have any problems before that.
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Hi @Gregory ,
Unfortunately, a windows update messed up my computer and I was forced to reset it (hasn’t been a great week for computing for me :/), so I probably don’t have the log files anymore. I can double check, although I’m not sure where the logs are. Bright side is, after the refresh, the Insync context menu works fine! Not sure what the problem was exactly.