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    Default Get a folder to show in "This PC" in Windows 10

    Hi Everyone,



    Just joined this forum so apologies in advance, if I'm posting this in the wrong topic area.

    I ended up here as a result of a follow up to another member's question I helped with at Experts Exchange, who mentioned using the Ultimate Windows Tweaker available from this site. I tried to include the URL to the question, but as a new forum member here, I wasn't able to include it.

    Anyway, the member is sure that he was able to get a moved Windows 10 folder (like Favorites that has been moved from C: to D: ) to appear in the list of available icons to click on at the top of Windows File Explorer on the right hand side, when he clicks on "This PC"

    I've downloaded and had a look at UWT4 (Great utility BTW!) but can't see where UWT makes that's possible. Is the member I'm helping mistaken, or am I missing something?

    Here's a pic he uploaded (modified by me) to illustrate what he's trying to achieve.

    Argh! Well I tried to post a pic to illustrate, but seems I can't do that yet either. Hopefully my description of the problem will suffice.

    Thanks, Andrew

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    In UWT you will see the tweak under Customization > This PC tab.

    Also see: How to Display any file, folder, program in This PC folder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyAndyK View Post
    In UWT you will see the tweak under Customization > This PC tab.
    Thank you. I did look there before I posted, but I don't see an option for the "Favorites" folder. That said...

    Also see: How to Display any file, folder, program in This PC folder.
    Using the method described in the above article worked and should suffice the asker's needs.

    Thank you very much for your help AndyK, very much appreciated.

    Regards, Andrew
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