How to access anything directly from the Windows 10 taskbar : - As Windows versions increase, so does the ease with which system elements can be accessed. With its new features like Cortana, tweak layout, customizable taskbar, etc., Windows has definitely made things easier for users by providing user-friendly interfaces. But if you can access everything your system has from your system tray, wouldn't that be great? Windows has this feature available, you just need to find and activate it. The Desk The toolbar is the one to take into consideration. It can be added to the taskbar in the blink of an eye, and once added, it lists everything on your system in its expanded menu, from which you can access things. Read on to learn how to make things easier by making the most of this great feature.
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- Find an empty space on the messy taskbar, to right click. From the menu that appears, choose Properties, which is the last option.
- Now a new window called Taskbar and Start Menu Properties opens, which has three tabs, namely Taskbar, Navigation Y Toolbars. Click on the last tab, which is Toolbars.
- You will be given the option to select the toolbars you want to add to the taskbar. Check the cell corresponding to the last option on the toolbar, which is Desktop. Now click Apply to see the changes and then click OK buttons as shown in the screenshot.
- If you take a look at the taskbar, you can now see that a new toolbar option has been added to the taskbar.
- Click the arrow icon associated with the Desktop toolbar option. This will result in a list of all items like OneDrive, Control Panel, Trash, all desktop items, etc. As shown in the screenshot below.
- You can now click the arrow for each item, if there is an arrow associated with an item, to expand the list of options and then access any item in that list. In the following screenshot, as an example, I expanded Control Panel first then All Items in Control Panel, and finally Sources to see all available fonts in the system.
That's all. You can now access all files on your system by clicking on a single space. Feel at home with your new Windows 10.