Netizens design Windows 10 right-click menu: Unified use experience with the system enable light/dark mode.

One of the problems with the current Windows 10 system is the lack of uniformity of the system-level right-click menu. Because Windows 10 blends the traditional desktop experience with a modern experience represented by UWP apps, no reasonable consistent solution has been found in the coordinated user interface.

Netizens design Windows 10 right-click menu: Unified use experience with the system enable light/dark mode.

Netizens design Windows 10 right-click menu: Unified use experience with the system enable light/dark mode.

While the lack of uniformity is a point that Windows 10 systems are widely criticized by users, Microsoft is in no hurry to address the issue. This weekend, netizens @Futur3Sn0w posted a concept design on Twitter aimed at finding the best right-click menu solution based on the existing Windows 10 experience for greater consistency.

In his design concept, the right-click menu has complete functionality that not only provides a modern icon for options (e.g. refresh buttons also have icons), but also enables light/dark mode following Windows 10 system settings. The spacing between options is also ideal for touch input, so it can be used on a 2-in-1 device.