Using a 14" here and hadn't spotted this, since I was using it in the smallest scaled mode possible (to get maximum usable screen real-estate).
In that scaled mode it's "fine" in my view - Help is about 2cm to the left of the notch.
When turning it to "regular" scaling, my observation (aside from ouch, everything is huge, it feels like Fisher Price!) is that there's too many menus.
Developer menu could be hidden by default, with a preferences option that users can enable. I appreciate it being there by default, normal users maybe less so. Arguably "hiding" the developer tools a bit could help users avoid being phished (though most sites now pop prompts in the console warning people before they type)
I think Extensions doesn't quite belong as a top-level menu, though I appreciate I don't have a better suggestion right now. I've never been convinced it's a top level menu item, but I don't know where is "right" for it? Maybe a submenu of Tools?
As an observation, I never use bookmarks... Not saying the menu isn't needed, but just throwing it out there as a thought. Could there be another better way to interact with bookmarks that isn't a menu? Functionally, history and bookmarks both are imperfect ways to deliver the same thing - finding stuff you looked at before, and want to look at again.