Windows 10: Custom folder pinned to taskbar? Solved

  1.    30 Aug 2015 #1

    Custom folder pinned to taskbar?


    Is there a way to pin one or more folders to the taskbar?
    I know I can access it through the file explorer's jumplist but this involves too many clicks, and I like to be able to access my Downloads and Dropbox folder from the task bar, not the start menu.

    Or at least if I double-click on the file explorer icon in the taskbar, it takes me to my custom folder straightaway instead of 'This PC' or 'Quick Access'...
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  2. Posts : 23,690
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 16362
       30 Aug 2015 #2

    Hello krytoned,

    The tutorial below can help show you how to pin any folder or drive to your taskbar.

    'Pin to taskbar' Folder and Drive in Windows 10
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  3.    30 Aug 2015 #3

    Yeah I know, I saw it a couple of seconds ago, but I was not able to delete the thread. Thanks anyway.
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  4. Posts : 23,690
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 16362
       30 Aug 2015 #4

    That's ok. It's best to leave the thread so that anyone else with the same question may find it helpful.
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