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Setting File Explorer Default

 
 
Reply Fri 15 Jul, 2022 02:51 pm
PC / Windows 10 -

C:\ is operating system
D:\ (partition) is my file system

Attempting to set File Explorer default so it always shows D:\ files;

Presently, Windows offers only "Quick Access" or whatever it's called or "My PC" default settings (typical limited MS thinking) and there seems to be no option to designate a different default -- such as a drive partition as is my case.

How to get there?

Thank you -- help appreciated.
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Reply Sat 16 Jul, 2022 10:31 am
@PilgrimHiker,
You make a short cut to the drive / folder it is located at. This also counts for any partition on a shared physical drive. A-Z etc all could be short cuts on the

desktop,
taskbar
start menu,
or wherever you want it to be.

..............

Windows 11 clearly is emulating Linux ( staring down that path ), and has dropped support for earlier programs. That being said many Linux apps have to be compiled before usage.
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