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Prométhée
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hello
Be careful what follows, is not easy for everyone
Sometimes you have to modify the registry, and therefore can be risky
Remember to make backups, regularly (Even if you don't try this)
and restore points

HP PCs - Using Microsoft System Restore 

Windows 11, can sometimes be quite confusing..
And what was assimilated, and which could suit the user, we don't know why, Microsoft thought it would be wonderful to replace certain things..
take for example the properties of a program, shortcut , document ..
if you right click on a file for example, the user must click a second time in order to have the full menu, sorry not practical for me !

( afficher plus d' options ) show more options

clique droit avant.png

Now open Regedit
click the windows key and [ r ]
type regedit then ok (or enter)

 regedit open.png

now go to the key
Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\CLSID

you can just copy paste this into the address bar

CLSID.gif

create a new key
{86ca1aa0-34aa-4e8b-a509-50c905bae2a2}

{86ca1aa0-34aa-4e8b-a509-50c905bae2a2}.gif

 from this key, create a new key
InprocServer32
on the right then open the default key
in "value data"
leave blank then click ok

InprocServer32.gif

then close the registry
it is advisable to restart the computer, but I have tried in the started menu, disconnect, then reconnect after a few seconds, it seems to work (faster)
and the menu is now complete!

clique droit après  .png

 

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