Windows 7 Taskbar Folder Location!

Do you want to know where the Windows 7 taskbar folder is located? Sometimes it can happen that you can’t remove an icon from the taskbar, then you will have to remove it manually from the taskbar folder.

You can find the Windows 7 taskbar folder here:

C:\Users\[yourusername]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar

All of the shortcuts on your taskbar can be manually deleted from there.

Pin folder to taskbar in Windows 7

You can download 7stacks and then create a stack:

pin folder to taskbar in windows 7

It will save the folder on your desktop, which you can then drag on your taskbar and pin it.

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2 Responses to Windows 7 Taskbar Folder Location!

  1. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    iHateMicrosoft said:


  2. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Oliver Krautscheid said:

    Well, if you are new to Windows this is certainly new to you, but Microsoft usually stores a lot of settings in the AppData folder – once you figured that out it’s very easy to find a lot more cool stuff

    Some settings should be linked to from the control panel which may make things easier in my opinion for beginners, but that is entirely up to Microsoft, they usually have a reason and don’t want people to mess up their PC

    In any case, if you don’t like it, send your suggestions to Microsoft, they will surely take it into consideration

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