Microsoft removes Window 11 hack to enable Windows 10 Start Menu
Microsoft eliminated a windows registry hack in the most up to date sneak peek construct that enabled Windows 11 individuals to return to the “Classic” Windows 10 Start Menu.
When the Windows 11 sneak peek construct was dripped in June, among one of the most considerable and also most debatable adjustments was a brand-new drifting Start Menu focused in the center of the Taskbar.
This brand-new Start Menu was drawn from the now-shelved Windows 10X and also consists of an upgraded user interface with the elimination of application teams and also Live Tiles.
For those that did not such as the brand-new Start Menu, it was feasible to make use of a Registry hack to return to a “Classic Mode,” the Windows 10 Start Menu.
To button to the Windows 10 Start Menu, individuals might produce the ‘Start _ ShowClassicMode‘ worth and also established it to 1 under the HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindows CurrentVersionExplorer Advanced pc registry trick.
Once you developed the pc registry worth and also reactivated the Windows Explorer procedure, the old Start Menu would certainly be offered once more, as revealed listed below.
On Thursday, Microsoft launched Windows 11 construct 22000.65 to Insiders on the ‘Dev’ network. Unfortunately, after mounting the brand-new collective upgrade, individuals might no more make use of the Registry hack to revive the old Start Menu.
@JenMsft I’ve discovered that with 22000.65 the choice to revive the old start menu (Start _ ShowClassicMode) does not function any longer. Is there any kind of small opportunity in any way that you men return that modification so individuals that REALLY desire it back, can utilize it?
— Tourniquet( @wenti_man) July 8, 2021
BleepingComputer has additionally separately verified that the Registry hack no more functions, however it is uncertain whether Microsoft will certainly enable it once more in the future.
BleepingComputer has actually connected to Microsoft to find out more concerning this modification however has actually not listened to back currently.
Thx to Jacob for the pointer.