Today, we'll see how to set the default save location for a library in Windows 10. This location will be used every time you save a file to the library.
Libraries is a special folder in Windows, introduced in Windows 7. It allows you to create libraries - special folders which can aggregate files from several different folders and show it under a single, unified view. A library is an indexed location, meaning Windows Search will be completed faster in a library compared to a regular non-indexed folder. In Windows 7, when you opened Explorer using the mouse, it opened the Libraries folder. In Windows 10, Quick Access is the location at which Explorer opens so if you wish to add Libraries to the Quick Access folder, here's how you can do it.
It is possible to remove the Include in Library command from the context menu in Windows 10. This can be useful for those users who find no use for libraries. If you are one of them, here is what you should do.
In Windows 7, the Libraries feature was introduced which is really a useful way to organize your files. Libraries can aggregate files from several different folders and show them under a single, unified view. In this article, we'll see how to add the Libraries desktop icon in Windows 10.
You can add Change Icon to a library's context menu in Windows 10. The Change Icon command in the right-click menu will allow you to change the icon of a library without having to open the library's properties dialog. Here is how you can do this.
You can add Optimize Library For to the context menu of a Library in File Explorer on Windows 10. That way, you will be able to change the template of a Library from the right-click menu in File Explorer. This will save your time, since you won't need to open the Library's properties any more.
Today, we'll see how to add Set save location to the context menu of a library in Windows 10. The command will appear in the right-click menu of libraries in File Explorer. This can be done with a simple Registry tweak.
It is possible to add Restore Settings to the libraries context menu in Windows 10. You will be able to reset any Library's settings from the right click menu.
Many users are asking me how to make File Explorer open Libraries by default instead of Quick Access or This PC in Windows 10. Windows 10 does not come with any such option but there is a Registry hack I would like to share with you which will allow you to open Libraries by default.