Windows 11: It seems that Microsoft is bringing back some content from Windows 10 menus to improve the new context menu of Windows 11. According to a post on the site WindowsLatest on Monday (15), the changes would be present in Build 22499, still in test phase. The goal, says the publication, is to meet some criticism from users, who complain that the new menu is slower and does not always have all the functions.
Tests for improving the current Windows 11 context menu, triggered by the right mouse button click, are still restricted to the Dev Channel of the Insider Program. In this version, in addition to repeating the well-known aesthetics of Windows 10, there is a greater margin in filling the options when hovering over them.
When will the new Windows 11 menu update be deployed?
Although a date for implementing the update for testers outside the Insider program has not yet been released, it is speculated that the new context menu could be incorporated into Windows 11 in the next version 22H2, which should be available in October of next year . Some details still need adjustments, such as the highlight color of the menu, which is always blue and cannot be defined by the user.
Therefore, anyone who is still not completely satisfied with the performance of the Windows 11 context menu can expect important improvements in a future version of the operating system. In addition, Explorer performance is also in the crosshairs of Microsoft, which is expected to fix some file manager and taskbar crashes in one of the Patch Tuesday updates soon.