In this page, I’ll show you how to disable menu animation shadows, animations, and visual effects to make Windows feel a bit faster.
Speed up menus by modifying the registry
In an emergency, we expect the window to run faster than normal speed. So this article will help you have the fastest computing experience possible.
Normally, window menus or contextual items take a while to appear when the mouse moves through menu list items.
But we can reduce this delay to the minimum value so you can see that the menus will be slightly faster and more responsive than before.
Tweaking Windows Menu
Adjust animation settings to make your system a bit more responsive by changing the registry.
Windows menus are already fast, but you can push them even faster by following these steps.
You can Speed up the speed at which menus appear in Windows By changing the Windows menu animation speed using the registry
Warning: Editing the registry is dangerous and can break your operating system if you don’t do it carefully. It is recommended to have a backup of the registry before making any changes.
Speed up menu display
If you are one of those users looking for a solution to make the start menu launch faster, here is a step-by-step guide on how to do it.
Just follow the steps to speed up the menu display:
- Open To run command (or press ‘window+R’).
- Type ‘regedit‘ (without quotes), press Enter.
- Open HKEY_CURRENT_USER -> Control Panel.
- Click on Desktop.
- To find ‘MenuShowDelay‘ option on the right panel.
- Right click on it and select Edit option.
- Change the value of ‘Value data‘ field with the smallest value. To note:
When you click on the Start >> All Programs option, you will notice a delay between the different levels of the menu hierarchy. For faster computing performance, set the “value data” field to 0 (ZERO).
- Click OK, that’s it.
From now on, your menu list item or context menus are opened within milliseconds.