The best way to organize your files and folders in Windows, Libraries is a tool everyone should use to make the most of their Windows experience. It provides a clutter-free and manageable place to put their files in order. In Windows 10, however, this tool doesn’t find a place in the Navigation pane. So, you’ll have to do it yourself to get your Libraries back if you use this feature more often. Let’s take a look at how you can enable Libraries in Windows 10.
Enable Libraries in Windows 10
Bring Libraries in Navigation Pane
Follow the steps below to see Libraries in the Navigation pane for an easy using:
- Head to the File Explorer
- Open This PC
- Navigate to the left pane and click an empty space on it to bring up the Context menu
- Check the Libraries option
Libraries icon will now appear in the Navigation pane.
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Bring Libraries to the Home Folder
Instead of Navigation pane, if you want Libraries to appear in the Home folder, you’ll have to use Windows registry:
- Launch Registry Editor
- Head to the registry key below:
- Now, go to this registry key:
- Create a similar subkey:
- Close all the Explorer windows and open it again
You can now see Libraries in the Home folder when you open File Explorer. Once you enable Libraries in Windows 10, you can easily use it to manage your files and folders that you may have left uncluttered all this time.
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