Unfortunately, no. This was previously fixable by a editing a registry entry but Microsoft hardcoded immersive menus into Windows Explorer so we're out of luck unless Microsoft re-adds this as an option which is unlikely
There's an old thread on Sevenforums where someone mentions a version of AVG from 2009 can bug out the context menus and it'll result in the old ones to show. I hunted down that exact version and tried it on W10 1903 just incase, and ofc, no dice.
In short; it's placebo. It might work on your setup and that's fine, but unless someone else can follow what you did and get the exact same results, then count it as a fluke. This is the only real chance at a fix as of now: github.com/rikka0w0/ExplorerContextMenuTweaker
Last Edit: Sept 3, 2019 20:29:02 GMT -8 by The Jackal
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\WindowMetrics Consider please also installing Folder Options X. It will make the appearance of the folders much more classic. A reg file with the settings is attached
Made the "here" link more obvious. Thank you for your great tutorial anyways, it was really helpful!
BTW, since I haven't made a version in a while, here's the current status:
Stuff planned for v9:
--> Refactor code Compile as x64 Add a logo to the app (Would love to see suggestions/inspiration on that)
Yes, I'm still refactoring code. It just takes a lot of time to do this because my code was a complete mess but when you start cleaning up some things, stuff is bound to be broken. Fixing all of that makes a whole new mess so it's kinda frustrating. But the code for the GUI has been cleaned up now so I only have the main executable code to clean up which shouldn't take that long. As for the compiling as x64, it's literally just a checkbox in Visual Studio. I expect this all to be done at the end of this week.
TL;DR: Still refactoring code for v9, will be done at the end of the week