Earlier version of Microsoft windows like windows 7 have downloads folder tucked into start menu. But in windows 10 they do not have downloads folder or network placed in start menu. But, no need to worry as windows 10 have given users much flexibility to customize its start menu to a great extent. Below is a guide with screenshots to help you in sticking downloads, network or music etc. folders in start menu.
How to add Network and download Folder to start menu
Step 1 – Firstly go to your desktop and do a right click anywhere. In the menu which pops up, click on personalize as shown in the picture below.
Now, click on Start situated in the bottom left pane.
Finally, click on Choose which folders to appear on start
Now, from the set of options, just change the status to off and on depending upon you want them or not in start menu. For example, here i wanted download folder and network to appear in my start menu. So, i turned them on.
Now, when i started my start menu by clicking the windows icon in the bottom left, i found them there, so, that i can quickly access them.
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