As we know, Microsoft brings a new feature that users have been waiting for since Windows 11 was released last year, namely Right-click the Taskbar in the Windows 11 Insider Dev Build 25211which this feature looks simpler now by only showing “Open Task Manager” and “Taskbar Settings”, of course this is very different from Windows 10 which has more options in it.
Well, in this article, I will share my brief opinion about this feature, why I like it, and why I don’t like it, so read on.
Things I like
Let’s just start with what I like about this change, and there may be a lot of users who share the same view.
Like it, of course, with the changes in Windows 11 Insider Dev Build 25211, for those of us who often open the Task Manager, we no longer need to open the application with keyboard shortcuts CTRL+SHIFT+ESC, and the Task Manager we can open easily using the cursor only.
But other than that, even with the option present task manager there, The appearance of the right click on the Taskbar itself is actually very simple and does not take away the style of the design of Windows 11 itself, and that’s it, there is nothing else interesting besides that.
Things I don’t like
Well, even though it’s simple and might make it easier for users to access Task Manager using the cursor, sometimes simple isn’t the right choice if we’re used to using a number of important components on the Taskbar right-click, especially if we’re used to Windows 7, 8 and 10 which features inside is still the same.
Call it the loss of cascade window options, toolbar options, and others, and of course for those of us who are used to using the old Taskbar in Windows 10 and Windows below, it feels like the loss of the powerful right-click option actually feels awkward.
Especially if we discuss more about abilities never combine yang very useful if we open a lot of applications on the Taskbar.
Overall, maybe the simplicity of the appearance of Windows 11 is quite okay and brings significant changes, but it might be better if the old features are not removed for the sake of simplicity and modernization of the Taskbar itself.
Well of course, many hope that in the future Microsoft can continue to improve Windows 11 components for the better without having to sacrifice anything, but with the presence of the “Open Task Manager” option on the Windows 11 Insider 25211 Taskbar, this brings a few changes that are better when compared to the existing Taskbar. currently on Windows 11 21H2 and 22H2, what do you think? comment below guys.
That’s all my opinion, don’t forget if you have other opinions, comment below guys.