Windows 11 is presently generally available for users and it accompanies a lot of design changes or upgrades. If you’ve currently moved up to Windows 11 version 21H2 (Build 22000), you most likely realize that the main or modern context menu actually accompanies a “Show more options”, which opens the original context menu.
Windows 11s new right-click menu is greater and easier to read or touch than Windows 10s, yet its likewise increasingly slow knows about the reports. Redesigned context menu accompanies icons for fundamental activities like copy, paste, rename and delete. These options were previously lost in all third-party app commands that bloated the classic menu.
Windows 11s context menu hides functionality you may want under a new menu/button called ‘Show More Options’, which fundamentally opens the classic context menu. In any case, the classic context menu has design/padding issues and that is something the tech giant intends to address in a future release.
Microsoft is presently testing a new look for the classic/main context menu, which seems when right-clicking in a folder of File Explorer or on the desktop.
This is fundamentally the original context menu that was packaged with Windows 10, however it has been updated with a new design and it looks really perfect. It likewise uses a new blue accent colour, regularly used in modern Windows applications. In any case, it right now doesn’t respect the accent colour in Windows 11 set by the client.
Microsoft is testing the further developed classic right-click menu in the Dev Channel of the Insider Program and it will ultimately improve. It isn’t yet clear concerning when the update will start carrying out to analyzers outside the program, however its conceivable that the new context menu will be remembered for Windows 11 version 22H2, which is set to show up in October 2022.
The latest preview build additionally accompanies significant changes for the individuals who anticipate that the modern context menu should show up immediately when they right-click on the desktop. The modern option has for quite some time been viewed as a lethargic menu by Windows power clients, and Microsoft has paid attention to the feedback.
In a future release of Windows 11, you can expect performance upgrades for both the context menu and Explorer.exe. Microsoft is likewise wanting to patch crashes brought about by File Explorer and taskbar, and these upgrades will be packaged with a future Patch Tuesday release.