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Reset Quick Access Toolbar in Windows 10 File Explorer

Windows 10 has the Ribbon UI in File Explorer with a Quick Access Toolbar at the top. Yesterday we saw how it can be customized using tricks described in the article How to add any Ribbon command to the Quick Access toolbar in Windows 10. Suppose some day, you re-install Windows 10 or move to another PC with Windows 10, you wouldn't want to lose all your settings and start over again. Today I would like to share how you can reset the Quick Access Toolbar's buttons and revert your customizations quickly.

Backup Quick Access Toolbar buttons in Windows 10

Windows 10 has the Ribbon UI in File Explorer with a Quick Access Toolbar at the top. Yesterday we saw how it can be customized using tricks described in the article How to add any Ribbon command to the Quick Access toolbar in Windows 10. Suppose some day, you re-install Windows 10 or move to another PC with Windows 10, you wouldn't want to lose all your settings and start over again. Today I would like to share how you can backup and restore the Quick Access Toolbar's buttons and settings and apply them later to your current PC or any other PC.

How to add any Ribbon command to the Quick Access toolbar in Windows 10

The Quick Access Toolbar was introduced to File Explorer in Windows 8 along with the Ribbon UI. Now it is part of Windows 10 too. That toolbar is the only way to add custom File Explorer button without hacks or third-party tools. The Quick Access toolbar is actually very handy for mouse users because it allows you to access your frequently used commands with one click! In this tutorial, we will learn how to add any Ribbon command to the Quick Access toolbar in Windows 10.

How to use the Quick Access Toolbar of File Explorer with keyboard only

The Quick Access Toolbar is a feature of File Explorer which exists in Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. It is part of the Ribbon UI in File Explorer and is located in the title bar. I consider this toolbar very useful because it allows you to have fast access to any ribbon command with one click.

Using keyboard shortcuts, you can execute any command from the Quick Access Toolbar. Sometimes keyboard shortcuts are faster than the mouse and can improve your productivity and save your time.

How to make a backup of your Quick Access Toolbar settings in Windows 8.1

Windows 8/8.1 have the Ribbon UI in File Explorer, with a Quick Access Toolbar at the top. Imagine the following situation - you've customized the Quick Access Toolbar according to your personal preferences, adding your favorite commands in there and you are satisfied having only the commands you want - then wouldn't it be nice if you could easily save all those customized buttons and their order? Suppose some day, you re-install Windows or move to another PC with Windows 8.1, you wouldn't want to lose all your settings and start over again. So, today I would like to share with you a nice tip, which will help you to backup and restore the Quick Access Toolbar's settings and apply them later to your current PC or any other PC.

How to add any ribbon command to the Quick Access toolbar of File Explorer in Windows 8.1

The Quick Access Toolbar is now part of the Windows File Explorer app.  That toolbar is very handy because it allows you to access your frequently used commands with one mouse click! In this tutorial, we will learn how to add any Ribbon command to the Quick Access toolbar in Windows 8.1.

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