How to make Windows 10’s File Explorer start in any folder you want

Windows 10 offers an easy way of changing the start location for File Explorer. However, it only gives you two starting locations to choose from: Quick access and This PC. But what if you want File Explorer to start in another location? What if you’d like your File Explorer to start in your OneDrive folder, your Dropbox folder, one of your Libraries or any other folder from your Windows 10 computer or device? Unfortunately, there is no easy way to do that in Windows 10. Because of that, we started to scour for possible solutions. In the end, we managed to find one hack that works well. Read on to learn how you can set Windows 10’s File Explorer to start in any location you want:

NOTE: If you want to change the start location for File Explorer to one of the default choices you have in Windows 10 – Quick access or This PC – we recommend you to read this guide: How To Set The Start Location For File Explorer In Windows 10

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Updated: October 11, 2016 — 2:30 pm
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