During a right-click upon on mouse, a context menu appears. Depending on the app or the operating system, this menu provides a limited set of options and preferences. You can access Windows’ context menu by right-clicking with your mouse or by typing “menu”.
If you’re using Windows, the Computer context menu is a common way to refresh your desktop and add new items. Applications and programs can be added or removed from the context menu.
In this article, we will see how to disable ‘show more options’ from the right-click context menu in Windows 11?
Why Disable “Show More Options?”
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It’s possible to argue that perhaps the new context menu assists Windows 11 to become more consistent. Because each application still has its context menu elements, Windows 10’s context menus were often screen-long.
Windows 11’s latest context menu seems to have a cleaner appearance, but it’s easy to understand why so many other users find it confusing. Examples include Refresh and New (create folders), which are no longer available when right-clicking your Windows 11 desktop.
So if you fall in the camp of those confused users, it would be a better option to remove the “Show More Options” from Right Click Context Menu rather than working with a confusing framework.
Let us see how can we do so?
Steps to Disable Show More Options from Right Click Context Menu in Windows 11
There are two ways to bring away the previous context menu and dismiss the newer version. Which are:
Firstly, using th