Windows 10: Pin to Quick Access creates shortcut with wrong path
Pin to Quick Access creates shortcut with wrong path
Any time I pin a User Folder to Quick Access (Documents, Downloads, etc.) the path Quick Access takes me to is This PC\[Folder] instead of C:\Users\[Profile]\[Folder]
I find it a pain causing I am constantly using the Foward, Back, and Up buttons in Explorer. This tends to really break the Up folder button.
Doesn't matter if I move the locations of the User Folders same issues.
I made a WIM for 14257 using the ESD to ISO tool trying to fix the DISM/Restorehealth issue.
I cannot get it to work. First time ever I am running into a roadblock.
Am I using the wrong path?
I have the WIM file in a folder in Native C...
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when I choose i.e 11 in the settings box, windows asked me to point to the location of the .exe for ie 11
Like a muppet I chose the wrong place and now it opens up...
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