Windows 11 context menu: How to fix the new right-click menu

As part of Windows 11’s comprehensive aesthetic update, Microsoft has created a new right-click context menu that is larger and easier to read than Windows 10. Based on what you right-clicked, the context menu now contains a row of icons for basic operations such as copy, paste, and delete, which were once lost in all other commands that inflated the classic context menu.This is a good idea in theory-the problem is that the context menu of Windows 11 now hides some functions you might want, located behind the “Show more options” button, which will display a completely different Context menu. Pooh?

Here is an explanation of what happened to the new Windows 11 context menu and how to get the classic context menu back if you don’t like the classic context menu.