334
121 shares, 334 points

The biggest visible changes of Windows 11 were made on the taskbar and start menu side. The new operating system is reminiscent of the recently canceled Windows 10X with its centered start menu and taskbar icons. However, while some Windows 10 users like these improvements, some are not at all happy with it.

(mtag101702)

As you know, it was quite easy to revert to the old view with a few registry operations. For this, it was sufficient to create a DWORD (32-bit) entry named “Start_ShowClassicMode” in the directory “HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerAdvanced” and change the input value to “1”.

(mtag101702)

(mtag101702)

It looks like this method no longer works with the newly released build of Windows 11 22000.65. If you have made changes to the registry, the changes are automatically reverted with the application of the cumulative update and the new Start Menu becomes active again.

(mtag101702)

Microsoft has yet to explain why it’s removing this feature and hasn’t mentioned any plans to bring it back. However, as you know, the Windows 11 update is currently available to Insider members. So we may see many changes before the final version is released.

(mtag101702)

(mtag101702)

Let’s take a look at the different changes made with Windows 11 Build 22000. 65. Microsoft has included a new search bar in the Start menu. Other improvements include added power mode support to Windows Settings, taskbar for multiple monitors, and new tweaks for smaller screens. Finally, the transparency level has also been changed for the Start Menu and Windows Search.

(mtag101702)


Like it? Share with your friends!

334
121 shares, 334 points

What's Your Reaction?

hate hate
1104
hate
confused confused
613
confused
fail fail
245
fail
fun fun
122
fun
geeky geeky
1226
geeky
love love
858
love
lol lol
981
lol
omg omg
613
omg
win win
245
win

0 Comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *