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How to get a drive to appear on the quick files

Right click, 'pin to quick access'

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Most of the files I use and manage are on my D drive. But I think after an update, the D drive disappeared from the menu on the left side. I can still access it by clicking on "this pc" and everything else still works. But the extra work it's forcing is annoying. How do I get it back there?

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Right click, 'pin to quick access'


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wow.. just wow. 

you mark enderman's post as answer but not mine? i posted the exact same answer as him first. 

 

(i am very competitive lol)

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5 hours ago, Tedstonegenious said:

Most of the files I use and manage are on my D drive. But I think after an update, the D drive disappeared from the menu on the left side. I can still access it by clicking on "this pc" and everything else still works. But the extra work it's forcing is annoying. How do I get it back there?

If you're quick typist, use keyboard to access your drives. Just type D:\ in filename field and press enter. Dialog box remain open and you'll see D drive directory listing. You can also type (or copy and paste from explorer address field) full path - it moves you to that path immediately. Or you can even type filename at the end of that path and you'll save your file directly to that path (if path contain spaces, you'll need to type everything in quotes).

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