The context menu of Windows 11 Explorer leaves a lot to be desired. However, one can easily revert to the old version.
How to go back to the Windows 10 version of Explorer.
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Microsoft has reduced the context menus of the desktop and Windows Explorer. Only the most important options are displayed. A clearer menu is desirable, but those who frequently use context menu entries, for example from 7-Zip or other programs, must now also click on “Show more options”. However, the Windows 10 context menu can be restored:
Start Regedit from Win-R and go to
Create the new key (right click)
and in it the key InprocServer32.
For “InprocServer32” open the string “Standard” in the right part of the window with a double click. The field under “Value” remains empty.
Restart Windows Explorer via the task manager. In Windows Explorer you will now see the familiar context menu of Windows 10.
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