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Enable Quick Launch Toolbar on Windows 7

Microsoft has a long history of modifying and upgrading their set of Windows. Certain features, before continue users in future versions of their operating systems were expected. Such a function was awarded the Windows quick selection bar launch system 2000 introduced win, has continued since in Windows XP and Windows Vista, but is no longer in Windows 7.

How weird (say are we surprised and disappointed), as it may sound that is quick launch toolbar from the standard installation of Windows 7 is missing. But rest assured, people, we have a simple way to find it again in the Windows taskbar and we will contact you under share.

How to add the Quick Launch Toolbar in Windows 7

  1. First right-click on an area of the taskbar and choose Toolbars > New Toolbar. A new window will open and will ask you to choose a folder
  2. How-to Enable the Quick Launch Toolbar in Windows 7

  3. Now simply type or copy the location below and click the Select Folder button:
    %userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch

Once you follow the afore mentioned steps, you will immediately notice a Quick Launch bar on the taskbar located on the right side of the screen. In order to move it to the left side of the screen, click on the dotted lines and then drag the bar to the left.

Note that you need to right-click and unlock the taskbar before you can actually move the toolbar.

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