If you upgrade to a version OS With Windows 11, you discover that the new operating system offers many new features and improvements.
However, most of them require manually activating them to get the most out of the new operating system.
Windows 11 hidden settings
Restore the old right mouse button menu
Microsoft has redesigned the right mouse button menu in System Windows 11 Now a new menu appears with options for copying, pasting, and renaming files front and center.
And if you want to return the right mouse button menu as it was, all you have to do is click on one of the files with the right mouse button.
And then pressing Shift + F10 on the keyboard, this will bring up the old menu with all the options.
Voice typing in Windows 11
The new system comes with a built-in feature that allows you to voice dictation instead of using the keyboard. To use this feature, follow these steps:
- Open the app or website like Notepad or Google Search.
- Press the Windows and H buttons on your keyboard.
- In the popup that appears, tap the Microphone button.
- Put your cursor in the text box and start speaking so that the system converts what you say into text directly in Notepad or the search box.
To enable automatic punctuation, open the tool as mentioned earlier and then press the settings icon (gear icon) and toggle the button next to the automatic punctuation option to the on position.
Change the way the keyboard appears on touch devices
Windows 11 comes with many improvements that support touch devices such as the Surface Pro 8, and one of these changes is the ability to tweak the keyboard.
To do this press the I button + Windows key on your keyboard, then click on the Personalization option, and select the Touch keyboard option.
On the next screen you can choose themes and keyboard sizes, you can create the theme you want and control all its details.
Return folders to the Start Menu
The new OS version has an option that lets you display folders next to the power button in the Start menu, but this is for system folders only.
To do this, follow these steps:
- Press I + Windows key on your keyboard.
- Select the Personalization option on the left side of the screen.
- Click on the Start option and then select the Folders option.
- Toggle the button next to the folders you want to see in the Start menu.