Pinning a folder to taskbar

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by superleeds27, Nov 26, 2009.

  1. superleeds27

    superleeds27 MDL Member

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    I have a music folder with the location of

    C:\Music.

    Is it possible for me to be able to pin that folder o the taskbar, so that when i click on the button is opens that folder.

    I want to bypass the whole, recently used folders, basically like a shortcut to the foler on the taskbar.

    I can't figure how to do it
     
  2. maxdebesciak

    maxdebesciak MDL Novice

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    rightclick on the icon on the taskbar and select "pin this program to the taskbar" or something like that, i just translated it from Polish
     
  3. superleeds27

    superleeds27 MDL Member

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    I have no icon on the taskbar.

    I basically want a shaortcut, like IE has in the taskbar area, so that when i click it takes me straight to the music folder
     
  4. maxdebesciak

    maxdebesciak MDL Novice

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    #4 maxdebesciak, Nov 26, 2009
    Last edited: Nov 26, 2009
    srry m8, my bad, it doesnt look like it works with folders.
    maybe you should just create a shortcut, and place it on the taskbar?

    //edit
    nope, it ain't working either

    //edit2
    I've just opened a folder, pinned it to the taskbar. now, it shows windows explorator icon, and leftclick opens My Libraries, but when u rightclick it, you will se on the top of the menu your pinned direcotry. so it takes two clicks to open it.
    hope it helps
     
  5. superleeds27

    superleeds27 MDL Member

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    yeah, wanted it in one click not two
     
  6. gentoo

    gentoo MDL Senior Member

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    Stop hovering to collapse... Click to collapse... Hover to expand... Click to expand...
  7. Whiznot

    Whiznot MDL Member

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    Jumping through all these f*cking hoops just to pin a folder to the taskbar is not for me. Microsoft program managers must have their heads up their asses.