The absence of the “Task Manager” when right-clicking on the taskbar is probably one of the biggest frustrations when discovering Windows 11 for the first time! The good news is that Microsoft will reinstate it!
In Windows 11, when you right click on the taskbar, there is only one possible choice: “Taskbar settings“. A little light compared to Windows 10 and other versions of Windows in general. It is above all a disappointment in use. Proof that it does not please, the reinstatement of quick access to the Task Manager via this context menu has been one of the most requested features since the release of Windows 11 on October 4, 2021.
The good news is that Microsoft just did the necessary in Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25211, available through the Dev channel of the Windows Insider program. The bad news is that this is a work in progress build, and it doesn’t give us the option on stable releases. Microsoft released the information on its site through Amanda Langowski and Brandon LeBlanc”Based on your feedback, we’ve added a link to the task manager when right-clicking on the taskbar“. For people using Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25197, this novelty is also available.
While waiting for it to be officially available on a stable version, you will have to continue to right-click on the Start menu button…
The list of all what’s new in Build 25211 is available on the Microsoft website.
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