‘Scan with Malwarebytes anti-Malware’ Missing on the context menu? Find out how to fix that. When you right click on any file in Windows Explorer, in the previous versions before introducing Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.0, there is option for scanning with MBAM, Now it’s not there in the current version where Malwarebytes corporation has gone for a subscription model.

Is it disabled? How to add it? Is there any option or Setting that I can enable or turn on? Yes, follow the steps below to do that.

UPDATE March 19, 2016: You no longer need to enable the context menu scan option because Malwarebytes turned on this option by default in version 2.2.1.

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Enabling or adding Malwarebytes anti-malware v2.0’s  Scan option to Explorer Context Menu

1. Open Malwarebytes interface

2. Click on General Settings> Select Yes for ‘Explorer Context Menu entry”.

3. Changes will apply immediately, you don’t need to restart explorer or computer, and you can notice ‘Scan with Malwarebytes anti-malware’ option on the file context menu.

Malwarebytes Explorer Context Menu Entry setting

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Happy custom file or folder or particular drive scanning from right click menu with Malwarebytes.

scan with malwarebytes right click menu option

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