A simple, universal UX enhancement

UI and UX aspects pays nowadays a tremendous role in application development. Yet there is little advance since the release of the Desktop and Windows concepts.
I think these paradigms of interaction should be reconsidered and a re-evaluation of psychical impact should be further researched.
This interaction not only exercises a subliminal coercion but in time it has cemented some mechanistic behaviors which extended to everyday life. And that accounts for small but stressful accumulating factors so we must acknowledge the interaction with the PC and nowadays devices are far for being an ally, an enhancement of our well being.
One simple enhancement that I think it was overlooked and still do not understand why it is not implemented at all it is a clickable “nothing” menu entry. While in the process of human activity there is room for reevaluation the actual UI does not allow a natural state of: I changed my mind, so I have to click somewhere else, and thus produce an undesired click event somewhere I should decide where. That is obviously not only time consuming but also adds subliminally an anxiety factor to the interaction.
That is I propose the DoNothing escape entry in context menus as a must for a better UX experience:

Here the: Nothing to do 🙂 menu entry I used for the SoundX multimedia player in year 2000. By the way this tool still works, just as a side note it can be downloaded here. (excuse some bugs, use at your own risk!)

MD5 checksum: f2c23029ebf30c8b34d4c4a7b90fdb7d *SoundX0.2.3.2000.zip