Pin a folder to the Taskbar on Windows 7, 8, 10 is not as simple as pinning a file in a few simple steps. Because Windows does not allow you to directly pin a folder to the Taskbar, you must do so indirectly. Follow the article to know how.
How to pin a folder to the Taskbar on Windows 7, 8, 10
Step 1: First create a shortcut by right-clicking New> Schortcut.
Step 2: Then a window appears, click the button Browse and navigate to the folder you want to pin to the Taskbar.
Step 3: Next address the path to that directory you add explorer at the beginning of the path and address must be enclosed in quotes. Eg: explorer “C: Users taimienphi.vn Desktop Taimienphi.vn”. Then press the button next.
Step 4: Now you need to name the folder by filling in the box Type a name for this shortcut and press the button finish.
Step 5: Now you just need to drag and drop the above folder into the Taskbar and you’re done.
You can change the icon of this folder by right-clicking the folder and selecting Properties at the Shortcut tab, selecting Change Icon and selecting the icons you want.
Above Taimienphi.vn guide pinned folders to Taskbar on Windows 7, 8, 10 for you. Those of you who are using Windows 10 will be more surprised with the new range of Taskbar uses on this operating system. Refer 10 custom search engines on the Taskbar. If you haven’t upgraded to Windows 10 yet, do so now. Updating to Windows 10 brings a lot of benefits to you.
Good luck !