Windows 10: How To Pin Shortcut To Taskbar When There’s No “Pin To Taskbar” Option

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Windows 10: How To Pin Shortcut To Taskbar When There’s No “Pin To Taskbar” Option

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12 thoughts on “Windows 10: How To Pin Shortcut To Taskbar When There’s No “Pin To Taskbar” Option

  1. It's a simple provable fact that Windows is deficient & Lacking in many ways. The level of abstraction that this video is on is incorrect for this type problem. Windows is a VERY POOR engineering tool. Not only that, but it's now starting to go backwards and de-evolve! What if want to pin a shortcut of File Explorer to the task-bar that opens to C: ? I'm sure you can do this, but what is the justification for it being so difficult ? Why did Microsoft break drag-n-drop ? Also, you Cant even drag-n-drop in Microsoft Edge. Also, Windows seems to be quickly becoming the next style Chromebook. Windows has never had reasonable file security, and created the Anti-Virus industry because of its poor file system security. I'm sorry for people who have been social programmed into thinking that Windows is on track. I use windows all the time, but If I needed a real tool, I would use Linux. Or maybe a MAC (I've never owned one). As long as you don't need file security Windows does have a nice GUI. But Windows 10 for non-corporate usage is a TOY.

  2. i created a shortcut for cs go from the steam library, it went to the desktop. and after changing its path as you've shown. it adds google chrome's path in it. and there's no pin to the desktop option when i right click on it.

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