Hi Basj. When running Windows 10, I had 9 fences lined up across the top of the desktop. Within those fences I probably had about 100 application shortcuts. I upgraded to Windows 11 by using a Windows 11 Installation Media disc where the files where downloaded from Microsoft. This upgraded my Windows 10 system, leaving all the software and data intact, rather than a clean install.
Now when starting the desktop it loads without showing any of the 9 fences. However the screen is filled randomly with all the 100 application shortcuts. After all the start-up software has loaded, I right click the desktop. All the 100 application shortcuts disappear, and the 9 fences appears at the top of the desktop with all the shortcuts correctly in them.
I am unable to load the Fences settings screen, from either right clicking the desktop or directly from the applications menu. If I right click the desktop 'Configure Fences' is showing as normal at the top of the menu, but if you click on it nothing happens.
Using left click I can create Fences as normal, and move shortcuts in to them. The 'Lock Fences' option also works in the right click menu.
I hope this information helps.