Easy Method to Get Complete Right Click Back Windows 11

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My goodness, MS is making it hard liking 11, I understand they want cleaner experience, yet for those of us wanting the complete menu without two clicks, the "clean look" is brutal.

I wouldn't mind at all if they gave us an option to order right click, but they don't, and I suppose you can through the registry, but why, just give the option.

Anyway, open powershill or cmd, I did this without administration elevation.

Copy this, paste into your prompt, restart explorer, you should have your right click back

Ps, the "reg add" works like double clicking a reg file

Code:
reg add "HKCU\Software\Classes\CLSID\{86ca1aa0-34aa-4e8b-a509-50c905bae2a2}\InprocServer32" /f /ve

To go back to 11's right click if you don't want the complete list;
Code:
reg delete "HKCU\Software\Classes\CLSID\{86ca1aa0-34aa-4e8b-a509-50c905bae2a2}" /f

Now you probably have to restart explorer, you don't have to do a full restart;

Open a file, that should bring explorer up to the top when you open task manager.

Highlight explorer, then in the bottom right it says restart, go ahead, it seems they've deprecated ending the explorer process in place is restart.

If you want the complete right click, do this before MS removes the reg function, your right click will be back.

Sadly, MSs removed the ability to ungroup taskbar icons through a reg hack and they might remove this ability too, so get this while you can

Windows 11 Work around for task manager and "create shortcut missing in right click"

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A few big mistakes from MS to work around;

First, there's no frigging ungroup task bar icons, second no task bar right click to get task manager.

Grouped icons is a security risk, I don't want all my activity on display when I hover, this is no acceptable, I've sent this issue in, but they seem determined removing ungroup entirely, they even disabled a registry fix, what's up with them this time around?

Type task manager from windows key, right click the icon, send it to the task bar.

Second work around, send it to the desktop, then right click, properties, create a shortcut so you have keyboard access to it.

Contributor and OSNN moderator points out,, right clicking on the start button also does the trick!

I sure hope MS abandons this minimalist approach, I'm fine with having "grouped icons" default, but not fine having no ungroup option.

I'm also not fine with no drag and drop to task bar, and I can't find "create desktop shortcut" in right click

The Actual, (technical) Reason Windows Doesn't Support Some CPUs

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The actual reason, (in spite of conspiracies speculated on the internet), is technical rather than marketing (or otherwise conspiratorial).

Even though Windows 10 proved remarkably stable, the few crashes were almost always driver related, Microsoft is now attempting an elimination/reduction of those issues too.

First up;

Microsoft's "Mode Based Execution Control" (MBEC) is an important performance feature allowing better isolation of kernel memory, it's included in Ryzen 2 and Intel gen 7, (Ryzen 1, Gen 6 don't have it)

Users wondered why some Ryzen CPUs aren't certified for 11 now you know the answer.

After that, some processors adapt strict driver implementation and prove it, some either don’t or haven’t proven it


Then there are other processors that didn’t implement best security design, giving rise to the Meltdown and Spectre Flaws.

Even though those CPUs were patched, I don’t think they’ll get certified even if they follow the driver stability principles, but possibly in the future, depending on Intel successfully pitching their case and or adding firmware to the chipset I suppose.

Processors must follow the Windows Hardware Compatibility Program and drivers running on the CPU also must use DCH Design Principles and Best Practices - Windows drivers

Once a CPU model completes requirements, there might be a process getting them certified.

CPU and 11 compatibilities aren't some random date parameter, nor "so you buy new PC's

If a CPU isn’t certified, it won’t “officially” run 11, but there are work arounds.

Microsoft is working with both AMD and Intel to iron out the floors in their processors so there's a chance some that aren't certified will eventually become.

Try Windows 11 Free in Browser Regardless Hardware, (including IOS users)

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Pretty cool, web-based windows 11, it's not complete, but you can give the interface and things like 11 edge browser

Windows 11 in browser free

Go there, , type any password you want into login when it loads, enjoy 11 interface and a few apps.

It's pretty snappy once loaded, you can get used to it's interface before actually installing

This is it running on my 10 box, I've got the 11 browser launched and windows key hit

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Official WHQL NVIDIA 452.06 Display Driver

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NVIDIA have released new drivers for their Geforce powered cards adding official game ready support for the new Microsoft Flight simulator due for release later, Tony Hawks Pro Skater, Total War, World of Warcraft and wait, what year is this?

It also supports a number of newly validated G-Sync Monitors, some new game profiles and fixes the following bugs:

  • [Shadow of the Tomb Raider][DirectX 12]: The game may crash when launched if Hardware accelerated GPU scheduling is enabled.
  • [Death Stranding]: Texture corruption may be observed during gameplay on GeForce GTX 16/RTX 20 series GPUs.
  • [Path of Exile]: Black square corruption appears around characters.
  • [Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed]: The game crashes when playing in a water level.
  • [Forza Motorsport 7]: The game starts to stutter after racing a few laps.
  • [Zhan Ge Jing Ji Chang]: Corruption occurs in the game when played in the Tencent mobile game simulator.
  • Several games randomly freeze for a few seconds during gameplay. Affected games include Assassin's Creed Origins, Planetside 2, Assassin’s Creed III, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, and Assassin’s Creed Syndicate.
  • The NVIDIA Control Panel does not display the native resolution of some HDTVs if the timings are invalid.
  • Some displays may show a green tint when Windows Night Light is enabled.
  • Snow appears on the display upon waking up the HDMI monitor.
  • [Notebook][Turing] Display may show pixelated corruption on waking notebook from long display off

Thanks to Tom Warren for the heads up!

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