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Windows 11 finally plans to improve its context menu

Basic improvements to continue advancing in usability.

Windows 11 finally plans to improve its context menu
Daniel García

Daniel García

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Windows 11, the current operating system on the most updated Microsoft computers, plans to make improvements to one of the most used menus by any user: the context menu, or, in plain terms, the menu that appears when you right-click with your mouse anywhere on your desktop screen.

The context menu has numerous key tools that allow any user to carry out all kinds of actions related to the file, program, function or element they want to interact with. Therefore, any improvements that Windows 11 can make to this interface will be a general benefit for practically all system users.

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Improvements for the right-click menu

As Neowin shows, Microsoft has released a new build to test a new approach for the contextual menu in Windows 11. It includes improvements to facilitate navigation and interactivity with these menus.

Specifically, changes can be seen in the top icons, which are larger and now have a caption on their bottom edge, so that users are clear about the purpose of each button.

Not everything is Copilot

With this latest improvement, Microsoft shows that they are working on other aspects of Windows 11, in addition to continuing to advance the weight of Copilot within their business strategy. In recent months, the vast majority of innovations that Microsoft has presented for users have been related to Artificial Intelligence to a greater or lesser extent, something that is exhausting many users, who choose to download programs to disable Copilot on their systems.

At the moment, in addition to having reached a multitude of programs, such as Microsoft Edge, Teams, Outlook, and many more, Copilot is also causing changes in the branding of many of these applications’ services, which have been put through the guillotine to be renamed as Copilot. This was the recent case of Teams’ Chat 365, but the same thing happened months ago with Bing Chat.

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Daniel García

Daniel García

Graduated in Journalism, Daniel specializes in video games and technology, currently writing for Andro4all and NaviGames, and having written for more Difoosion portals such as Alfa Beta Juega or Urban Tecno. He enjoys staying up-to-date with current affairs, as well as reading, video games, and any other form of cultural expression

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