As you can see in the screenshot, mine should have “most visited”, “Recently closed”, “Open Priavte Window” options but it doesn’t. It’s not a big deal, but it peeked my curiosity as to why this could happen, as well as how to solve it if possible. Thanks to Saoiray for showing me this works as intended. I thought it was a lacking feature on Brave, but it’s not. It’s clearly on my own system.
Someone else suggested right-clicking the Brave icon within the menu, but that doesn’t work either, this is what it shows:
Edit: It works! I had to… wait a while :S lmao. I leave the text I was writing down blow up, for the giggles. Windows, I guess
Thank you very much, it worked!
Ok, we have good news and bad news
The good news is I made a new account, local to get it quick to test. The thing works!
But the bad news is, I noticed something strange. I DID have deactivated that option on “Personalization > Start”. I thought it was only partaining the Start Menu but it clearly states it modifies the “Jump lists”. Here’s the kicker: Jump lists are not the “full menu” apparently. They’re an addition to context menu from the taskbar.
I say this because on the new local account the menus worked, when I deactivated that option, it removed (as it should) the “recent” pages, however, the “tasks” submenu was still there (intended behavior). On my main account, I DON’T have a submenu at all. So it seems there’s something else going on with it, and it’s not “jumplists”.