How to Pin Folder to Quick Access in Windows 10 File Explorer
You can pin (add) any desired location to the Quick Access folder in Windows 10 File Explorer. This can be done for any folder you want, for example, for a disk drive or even for the This PC entry. Pinned locations are visible in the left pane of File Explorer and accessible with one click.
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How to Open Folder Options in Windows 10
Folder Options is a dialog box that allow you to configure settings and change preferences for File Explorer of Windows 10. It comes with three tabs - General, View, and Search, that include options that can be applied to all folders, or to the currently open folder only.
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The File Explorer file utility in Windows 10 has a new default location called 'Quick Access'. It shows your recently used files and folders you visit frequently. They both appear under their own groups in the Quick Access Folder.
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For some users, mouse or touchpad are too sensitive. This causes accidentally dragging of items on your desktop or File Explorer when clicked/tapped. By default, if you drag a file or folder by a distance of 4 pixels, the default drag and drop action will occur. Continue reading "How to Change Drag & Drop Sensitivity in Windows"
In Windows 8, Microsoft introduced the Ribbon UI in File Explorer so various commands can be more prominently displayed when you need them. Windows 10 also comes with the Ribbon feature in File Explorer.
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File extensions help us to identify file types. File Explorer in Windows 10 doesn’t show file extensions with default settings. This post explains how to change make File Explorer to always show or always hide file extensions for files in Windows 10. Continue reading "Show Or Hide File Extensions In Windows 10 File Explorer"
This post explains how to always show Copy Path option in the context menu by default in Windows 10, without needing to hold the SHIFT key every time.
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