Windows 11

captain nemo1701

Space cadet. Deck 42 Main Engineering.
Location
Bristol
More of a cosmetic change. I note the copy & paste function is now relegated to the 'more options'. Since its a basic function, you'd think it would be on the first right-click pane, wouldn't you?.
 

newfhouse

Resolutely on topic
More of a cosmetic change. I note the copy & paste function is now relegated to the 'more options'. Since its a basic function, you'd think it would be on the first right-click pane, wouldn't you?.
That annoyed me until I saw the faint icons at the top of that right click pane.
 

Mike_P

Guru
Location
Harrogate
The icons are beneficial in file manager; previously the drop down list had rename next to delete and consequentially often the need to visit the recycle bin.
 

MontyVeda

a short-tempered ill-controlled small-minded troll
More of a cosmetic change. I note the copy & paste function is now relegated to the 'more options'. Since its a basic function, you'd think it would be on the first right-click pane, wouldn't you?.
my word... it's been so long since I've used copy & past via the right click that i forgot it was even a thing... I've been using the keyboard shortcut since Windows ME :whistle:
 

captain nemo1701

Space cadet. Deck 42 Main Engineering.
Location
Bristol
my word... it's been so long since I've used copy & past via the right click that i forgot it was even a thing... I've been using the keyboard shortcut since Windows ME :whistle:
I find it quite nippy to use, enjoy toggling between menus with the old fingers. And then they change it.....

'I know engineers, they love to change things..'
CMO Leonard McCoy, ST: TMP:okay:
I've also fallen a couple of times for moving the cursor to the left to hit the Power button which is now central....^_^.
However, no real improvement just looks like a bit of redecorating.
 

Smokin Joe

Legendary Member
Is there any advantage to W11? All the changes appear purely cosmetic.
 
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