Most windows have menu strips with menu items, and menu items are drop-down menus. Some windows have tabs. The desktop, the task bar, files, and lots of other things have context menus.
A program like Notepad has a menu strip with file, edit, help, and other menu items.
A folder like my documents also has a menu strip with its own file, edit, help, and other menu items.
Most windows have a menu strips with menu items.
The file menu item is a pull-down menu, for example, create new files, save files, and open files.
The edit menu item is a pull-down menu, too, for example, cut, copy, and paste, and delete selections.
Every menu item is a pull-down menu.
The display properties have tabs for themes, the desktop, the screen saver, the appearance, and the settings.
This completes tabs.
Files have context menus, for example, if you've already written your first note in Notepad,
Lots of things have context menus.