OK, this has been irritating the #$%#$ out of me for years, so I thought I would ask if anyone might be able to suggest a solution. $#$@ Microsoft and their forcing IE and Outlook on you. I hate Outlook with all my soul, but no matter how many times I disable or remove what I can of it, I feel like I need to keep the default Express vesion installed just because one can never predict the future and who knows if I might need it some day for something. But I would like to have it be completely invisible until then. Right now the biggest irritant to me is the right-click context menu option to "Send image..." that opens Outlook if you click it by mistake. It's right below "Save image..." which I use constantly, so inevitably it gets clicked by accident on a fairly regular basis. Is there any way to remove that option (i.e., completely diable shell integration for all forms of Outlook??)?? Also, while I am here, is there any way to disable the $%$^$% Windows default to bring any and all of its program windows to the front when they open? I often work with many windows/programs open, and start new ones while working on something else. Unfortunately, if you are in the middle of typing something, or clicking in a window, or worst of all clicking on the "x" to close a window, a program that is finally opening that should be in the background pops up in front of what you are working on and "catches" the click (or text) intended for the window you were looking at, and the newly opened window can get closed inadvertently just as it finishes a long load. This is ridiculous - what software programmers are dumb enough to not anticipate this and prevent clicks or keystroke activated before their program had even opened from influencing their program as it opens? Even worse, $%^$%^ Microsoft in general ignores that you are working on something and forces the new window/program to the top in front of what you were clearly (clicks and keystrokes) working on. When my cat used to sit on the newspaper I was trying to read that was cute. Microsoft dictating what I look at is not cute. Is it possible to globally disable this behavior in Windows? I feel that as the user, I should be able to choose what program/window I am looking at, not have the OS force windows to the front when I am working on something else. OK. Exhaling. Releasing all the rage.... I am mostly a supporter of Windows, but sometimes things like the 'deliberately accidental' opening of Outlook (they didn't put "Send image..." right under "Save image..." by accident, nor did they give us the option of rearranging context menu items to an order that suits US) and me unintentionally closing a new window I wanted open because it opens in front of the one I was tying to close in between the time I clicked on the mouse and the time the click registers is irritating as %$#^%. Aaaarrggh!