In this post, we will see how to customize folders appearance to the left panel of the Windows 10 Start menu. The start list appears with your account, settings, power options, and other apps that you use often from the left side of the Start menu. By default, you will get an offer from these icons. Users can add or remove which folders appear in the left panel of the start menu list that need to access frequently.
Select the Start button on the taskbar, Click on Menu to show names for all menu items. Apps, settings, files all be found on left panel of the Start menu.
Change Folders Appearance in Windows 10 Start Menu using Settings
- In Windows 10 device, Select the Start button, and then select Settings. Click Personalization.
- In Personalization, click on Start. Click on the Choose which folders appear on Start.
- To add, remove the folder, you can toggles to On or Off to the the following folder icons you want to see on the Start menu list which includes.
File Explorer Settings Documents Downloads Music Pictures Videos Network Personal folder
Choose which Folders Appear on Start
- Once completed, you can close the settings app.
End-User Experience – How to Customize Folders Appearance in Windows 10 Start Menu
Once you complete the steps, the selected folders will be appear in the Start menu list.
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