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10 things you can fix yourself to make Windows 11 work much better

There are certain parts of Windows 11 that we may find somewhat annoying or that we do not like. Therefore, we are going to see what we can fix ourselves so that our operating system works better and is more bearable for us.
Windows 11 is not an infallible, pristine operating system that everyone likes and that is exempt from problems.
Let’s not fool ourselves, there is no system that is like that, they all have things that we would change and parts that do not adapt to what we like.
There are certain parameters that do not contribute anything to some users or are uncomfortable, so they would be better off without them and their equipment would work much better .
Fortunately, we can fix several of these features ourselves to make our Windows 11 experience substantially better. Let’s see what they are.
Index of contents:
• Sticky Keys Popup
• Home button on the left
• Additional telemetry
• Return to the old context menu
• Start Menu
• Recover the icons of the Taskbar
• enable dark mode
• Customize the widgets
• Modify the default browser
• Put DNS in Windows 11
Fortunately, we can fix several of these features ourselves to make our Windows 11 experience substantially better. Let’s see what they are.
Index of contents:
• Sticky Keys Popup
• Home button on the left
• Additional telemetry
• Return to the old context menu
• Start Menu
• Recover the icons of the Taskbar
• enable dark mode
• Customize the widgets
• Modify the default browser
• Put DNS in Windows 11
The problem is not the window itself, since it is good that Windows 11 informs us that the way the Control, Shift, Alt and Windows keys work is going to be changed , the bad thing is how easy it is to activate this function without wanting it .
We will be able to disable this option and this will solve the problem:
• We enter the Windows Settings and then Accessibility> Keyboard> Special Keys .
• Then we must turn off and switch the option Keyboard shortcut for special keys .
Home button on the left
The Windows 11 taskbar design change caused the Start button to move to the bottom center instead of to the left.
This may be that there are many people who want him to go back to where he was all his life and that this centered position gives way to the place he has occupied in all previous versions.
• To fix this, right-click on Taskbar and click on Taskbar Settings as soon as it pops up.
• Scroll down to the Taskbar Behavior section and expand.
• Now click where it says Taskbar Alignment and select Left .
Additional telemetry
We cannot completely disable the telemetry carried by Windows , but we can significantly minimize and limit it.
To do this, click the Start button , type Diagnostics and Feedback in the search bar, and then click Open on the option that comes out of Feedback and Diagnostics Settings .
There are quite a few options to change the different types of diagnostic data. If we want to limit this information as much as possible, it is normal to disable the Diagnostic data options , Improve inking and writing , as well as Personalized experiences .
We should also click on Delete diagnostic data and then on Delete , in addition to changing the Frequency of comments to Never .
Return to the old context menu
It may be that you want to go back to having the context menu that was in Windows 10 , since now you know that it is smaller and that if you want to see all the options, you will have to click on Show more options .
Well, you can recover the old one, but you must modify the Windows Registry , something that we only advise you to do if you have some experience in this regard, since, if you make a mistake, the failure can cause serious problems.
• First, we click on the Start button, type Regedit and press when it appears.
• In the Registry Editor window, we navigate to this key: Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\CLASSES\CLSID\
• We right-click in the blank area on the right side of the window and select New > Key . We put this {86ca1aa0-34aa-4e8b-a509-50c905bae2a2} as the key name.
• Next, right-click {86ca1aa0-34aa-4e8b-a509-50c905bae2a2} in the Registry Editor sidebar and select New > Key . Then we name the new key InprocServer32 .
• Next, we double-click the Default key under InprocServer32 to open it.
• Next, we close it without making any changes by clicking OK .
• After that, we close the Registry Editor and restart the computer .
• When you restart and sign in again, we right-click an item in File Explorer or on your desktop to check that the right-click context menu works with Windows 10.
Start Menu
We can also bring back the old taskbar, not only put it back on the left as we have seen before, but give it the look it had in Windows 10 .
For that we are going to use a program called Start11 , which can be downloaded for 30 days for free , although later, if you want to continue using it, you will have to pay 7.99 euros .
It’s as simple as opening the program, going to the Start Menu section and clicking if we want the style of Wind

Uneeb Khan
Uneeb Khan
Uneeb Khan CEO at blogili.com. Have 4 years of experience in the websites field. Uneeb Khan is the premier and most trustworthy informer for technology, telecom, business, auto news, games review in World.

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