Is there a roadmap for Windows 11 to provide the same full personalization features Windows 10 does?

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Is there a roadmap for Windows 11 provide the same personalization features Windows 10 does?

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Microsoft has already released some updates for Windows 11 that address some of the customization concerns. For example, they've added support for third-party Start menu apps, which allows for more customization options.
What kind of personalization features you are looking for? I think Windows 11 is much better than Windows 10 in regards to personalization features.

@Kpuiu:

 

In the following screeshots I've highlighted the missing features (I'm showing the Windows 10

"Personalization > Taskbar" Settings screens first, followed by the Windows 11 screens):

 

Windows 10 Taskbar settingsWindows 10 Taskbar settingsWindows 10 service icons settingsWindows 10 service icons settingsWindows 10 system icons settingsWindows 10 system icons settingsWindows 11 Taskbar settings 1Windows 11 Taskbar settings 1Windows 11 Taskbar settings 2Windows 11 Taskbar settings 2

 

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As you can see, many settings in Windows 11 are initially hidden by an (unnecessarily) collapsed expander control. – Well, when I'm in Settings, I'd like to check or edit settings. I definitively do NOT want to click back and forth for surveying them all.

 

Here are two videos I created, demonstrating the clumsiness and awkwardness of editing settings in Windows 11 (the videos I created are boring and annoying by intention – they are supposed to convey the boredom and annoyance of editing Settings in Windows 11):

 

 

One more annoyance is the crippled File Explorer context menu. You always need to click the "advanded" menu item for finally reaching the context menu items you require. Who comes up with such a crappy idea?