When you right-click on an item in Windows 11, you will notice a condensed context menu with an option at the bottom labeled "Show more options" (Shift+F10). In order to access all of the available options, you will need to click on this option.
For users who frequently use the context menu, this extra step can become tedious and annoying.
However, you can use the keyboard shortcut Shift+F10 or Shift+right-click (starting from Windows 11 build 22572) in File Explorer and the Desktop to directly open the "Show more options" context menu.
If you prefer to always see the full context menu without having to click "Show more options", you can disable the condensed menu. This tutorial will guide you through the process of
disabling or enabling the "Show more options" context menu for your account in Windows 11.
If in future you want to revert the
changes, and return to the ‘Show more options’ menu in
Windows 11, run the following command in Command Prompt
and restart the PC :