When I press Win + T to access the taskbar and then I press Shift + F10 to get the right click context menu, it gives me this
whereas what I expect if I press the context menu key on my keyboard
or a right click is this.
So how do I get the expected context menu if I don't have a Context Menu key on some other laptop or without a right click?
Note : I am right clicking on the google chrome icon and not the task bar and the goal is to open the context menu where the option to open an incognito tab is present and not access the taskbar context menu which would give me the options that would be present if I were to right click the icon in Windows Explorer.
I am using the google chrome as an example, it happens on other icons as well.Eg: Word to open a new page or excel to open a new sheet(not shown in screenshot)
I am looking for a universal solution that would work on any random windows 10 machine, so basically something that won’t require any third party applications and only inbuilt shortcuts can be used.