Windows 10: Folders Missing From 'File Explorer' Submenu in Start Menu
Folders Missing From 'File Explorer' Submenu in Start
Hopefully someone can help.
I've found repeatedly (across four separate installations) that in Windows 10 the Folders and files I have Pinned in Quick Access disappear from the Submenu in Start after a while (see screenshot).
I've tried everything I can think of; from Unpinning everything and Repinning it, taking-out and replacing the File Explorer link, changing the function to launch Quick Access - and in every combination as well as Reset & Clear.
I have several Folders and stacks of Recent Files visible in Quick Access, and ideally would like to avoid just blitzing my User Profile or Installation yet again. Does anyone have any insight?
Last edited by deaner; 12 Jan 2016 at 23:54.
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