Earlier versions of Microsoft Windows, such as Windows 7, have a Downloads folder on the Start menu. But in Windows 10 they don't have the downloads folder or network in the start menu. But don't worry, as Windows 10 has given users a lot of flexibility to customize their start menu to a great extent. Below is a guide with screenshots to help you paste folders for downloads, networks or music, etc. In the start menu.
How to add a network and download the folder in the start menu
Step 1 - First, go to the desktop and right-click anywhere. In the menu that appears, click personalize as shown in the following figure.
Now click Home located in the lower left panel.
Finally, click Choose which folders will be displayed on startup
Now from the set option, toggle the state on and off depending on whether you want it or not in the boot menu. For example, here I wanted the download folder and network to appear in my start menu. So, I activated them.
Now when I launched my start menu by clicking on the Windows icon on the bottom left I found them there so I can access them quickly.