The most requested feedback from users regarding the Microsoft Edge browser is the ability to “customize” right-click context menu and three-dot menu, as they’re obscenely “large”, “too long” and “too wide”. Microsoft has been actively working on making Edge context menus “smaller” and more compact. The latest Edge Canary 117.0.1963.0 has received “compact menus”.
Have you looked at the Edge main menu and right-click menus based on the selected context? They’re obnoxiously large, making them unable to fit within the screen.
The company could’ve easily reorganized and relocated unnecessary menu items into sub-menus However, the process has been progressing quite slowly. since the feedback was acknowledged.
Microsoft Edge gets Compact Context Menus
In the latest Edge Canary, Microsoft has reduced the size of context menus to a compact size.
We’ve attached the screenshots below of the changes to the tab context menu, Page context menu, and Main menu with more details.
However, from a design perspective, the menus may not appear visually appealing and might require additional spacing between the items. It is unclear whether this change in the context menu size is intentional or a result of a bug
If you check the main menu in today’s Edge Canary and the initially available 3-dot menu, you’ll notice the changes.
Microsoft has moved Share, collections, and Read aloud and removed Web Select, Alerts, and Tips.
Do you like the size of the Edge browser’s Context Menu right now? Let us know in the comments below.
Final words: Microsoft has condensed the Edge browser’s Large context menus into a compact size in the Canary version.
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