An early version leaked apparently confirming both Windows 11New names and appearance, and users have already found a way to restore the classic Start menu, as well as bring it back to the left in the taskbar.
There was a lot of activity in the Windows community when the version was leaked, mainly due to the new look and new name that has now been confirmed. These features were expected for “sun, valley“The Windows 10 Update, which is due to arrive later this year. But now it appears that this is a minor update, while Windows 11 will instead introduce the major changes, which come six years after Windows 10.
In Windows 11, the Start menu appears to have been updated and can now be placed in the middle of the taskbar at the bottom of the screen, which may deter some users.
Fortunately, users have already figured out a way to restore the classic start menu.
What is Windows 11?
Six years after Windows 10, Microsoft is ready to announce its successor, Windows 11. After annual updates improving various apps, user interface, and more, it looks like Microsoft is now ready to move on from Windows 10.
According to a leaked version, it has a user interface reminiscent of the recently discontinued version Windows 10x, with a central start menu and icons, followed by rounded windows and updated icons across the operating system.
Microsoft is still expected to announce Windows 11 on June 24 at an event and we’ll update you as soon as it’s announced.
How to change the start menu
While some are excited about the new look, others aren’t too happy with the starting menu, but thankfully a way has been discovered to bring it back to its old place.
- Press and hold Win + R on your keyboard.
- When the Run box appears, type “Regedit” and press Enter
- Gå in på “HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerAdvanced”
- Right click and create a new DWORD (32-bit) from the dropdown menu القائمة
- Call it “Start_ShowClassicMode”
- Set the value to 1
- Restart your computer
The next time a user logs into Windows, they will be greeted with the familiar old Start menu in the same position they have been in for nearly thirty years.
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