Did you know that with a simple registry change, you can change the delay time for loading menus in Windows 10. Is this trick also applicable to all previous versions of Windows? Typically menus load after a 400ms delay, but you can change this delay time to say 100ms so they load 4 times faster. Now let's see how to decrease the loading time of the Windows 10 menu.
How to quickly load the Windows 10 menu
To decrease Windows 10 mkenu
Step 1 - Press key Windows + r to open the run command box. On the run, write regedit and press Enter to open the registry editor.
Step 2 - Now find the next position via the menu on the left.
HKEY_CURRENT_USER -> Control Panel -> Desktop
3 pass - Now once you get to the desktop folder in the left menu, find MenuShowDelay On the right side.
Just double click MenuShowDelay and change your valuable data.
By default, the value data is set to 400 milliseconds. You can change it to any value you want. Don't set it to crazy low levels like 10 or 0. Because they'll pop up too fast and you'll have a hard time opening menus. Try 200 or 100 and you will be surprised to learn about the reduction in waiting times for menus to load. They will become 400% faster when you change them to 100.