With PC systems, there is an option to add toolbars to the user’s desktop on the start toolbar. Because these added toolbars are quick links to files or directories, users can then find and open files without opening Windows Explorer or the program itself—saving time and clicks!
To add a toolbar to the start bar, right click on the start toolbar and choose “Toolbars” from the context menu. Choose “New toolbar” to open the dialogue box, as shown below. Highlight the file or directory to add and click “OK.” Once the file or directory is added, a user will click on the double arrows and the file hierarchy will appear, as shown in the screen shot below. Move the mouse over a selected folder and it will open another context window to show the contents of that folder.
To remove a toolbar from the start bar, right click on the toolbar and choose “Toolbars” from the context menu. Merely click the toolbar listed to remove, and it will be deleted from the start toolbar.