Re: dealing with Pins on the Windows 10 start
Louis Maher <ljmaher@...>
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That is correct. The process of creating desktop shortcuts has two steps; however, after that, it acts like earlier versions of windows. Just remember windows + m takes you to the desktop.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Arlene
Sent: Saturday, August 20, 2016 4:57 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] dealing with Pins on the Windows 10 start
Oh, it’s the same idea as you would with older versions of windows? So, ten is no different?
I find it easier to place application shortcuts on the desktop. This is a two-step process. Hit the windows key, type in the application name, hit the context menu, find file location and enter on it, hit the context menu and go to the send-to menu. Hit the desktop option. Hit windows m to bring you to the desktop, type the first letter of the application, and you will land on it. Note that on the desktop, once you find a and select application, you can hit f2 and change the shortcut’s name.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Brandon Keith Biggs
Does anyone understand how pins work in Windows 10?
I removed all the junk in hopes that fewer items would make things clearer, but it didn't I pinned a couple things to the start and in order to get to them I need to hit right arrow once and down arrow all the way to the bottom when they should be just down.
Apparently there are folders but I can't understand how they work.
Any help would be great because I would like to start using the start menu.