In Mac OS X, when you right click your mouse, it will show up a series of options for you to choose. Other than the default options, some applications will also additional options to the context menu, making it very messy. If you are looking to clean up the context menu, here is how you can do it:
1. Go to the Keyboard Preferences in System Preferences. Select the “Keyboard Shortcut” tab.
2. Select “Services” from the list of entry in the left pane. You will find a list of options that appear in the right-click context menu. Scroll down the list and find the one that you don’t to keep. Uncheck the box beside it.