How-to setup a QuickStart toolbar in Windows 7

Well it’s really simple and will help you to start the most used applications.


First of all create a folder “QuickStart” somewhere on your PC.

Right-click on your taskbar:


Now locate the folder “QuickStart” in the next popup and voilà!

Right-click on the new toolbar and unccheck “Show Text” and “Show Title”!

Now drag the toolbar to the left until it’s below the main icons and you will have something like this:

You could also drag it to the left side until you get something like this:

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2 Responses to How-to setup a QuickStart toolbar in Windows 7

  1. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Marcus said:

    Lol ….. someone needs to get out more and stop being such a well-educated geek! Nice job dude! I heard there was a way of doing this but I didn’t follow up on it, seeing as I’m kinda happy with just having the taskbar as it is, but I’ve saved this page just in case I change my mind!

  2. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Aaron said:

    Did you realize there is a ‘Quick Launch’ folder that is already present in ‘C:\Users\(username)\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch’?

    No need really to recreate as ‘QuickStart’, but good info still.

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