There’s a registry hack to restrict or disable mouse right click. The only catch is it only works at desktop and explorer. Not totally flawless as people can still drag files and folders and drop them everywhere but it does provide some level of protection.
Go to Start > Run > type REGEDIT and hit enter. Navigate to:
Right click at an empty area on the right column and select New > DWORD Value. Use the name NoViewContextMenu. Double click the name and set the value data as 1.
Adding the registry tweak above will disable mouse right click for ALL users. If you only want to disable for the current logged in user, you should add the registry tweak to HKEY_CURRENT_USER instead of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.
There’s a software called BasicMouse, used to call BabyMouse, which is allows parents and teachers (or anyone) to easily restrict several functions of the computer mouse and keyboard.
BasicMouse 220.127.116.11 –
Disable right mouse clicks! Allows parents and teachers to easily restrict several functions of the computer mouse and keyboard. The right mouse button can be switched off completely, all buttons can be set to send left-clicks, mouse clicks can be restricted to a particular area of the screen and much more.