Since I started using Fedora powering off or doing a restart was a three mouse click operation. Starting with F31, as I recall, it bacame a four mouse click operation. First click to get the System Menu, Second click to expand the system menu to show the Power Off / Log Out choices, Third click to select the desired choice. The the fourth click to confirm the choice selected.
There is plenty of room on the system menu to show the Power Off / Log Out choices on that panel. The second click seems unnecessary and waists time and a click. I think everyone evolved with Fedora gets to click enough during a typical day. When I’m doing testing or configuring PCs for use I do lots of restarts and find the extra click annoying.