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    How to Add Folders and Setting in Windows 10 Start Menu

    To add or remove locations on the Start menu, head to Settings ➡ Personalization ➡ Start. The easiest way to get there is to right-click the desktop and then Personalize.

    Windows 10 brings back the Start menu, and it’s not exactly like Windows 7s – it includes live tiles that were first introduced in Windows 8. But the cool thing is that it’s highly customizable, even more so than in Windows 7.

    One thing you might want to do is add links to more folder locations than what is offered by default, say Videos for example.

    The locations we’re talking about here are the ones that appear on the left column under the Most used and Recently added groups. In the shot below you can see it’s currently displaying links to Documents, Music, File Explorer, and Settings. Here’s how to change that up according to your needs.

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