Better organize your files and make them easy to access by using your Windows Desktop Start Menu’s task bar to access and launch your frequently used files, and programs. It is very east to make a startmenu taskbar toolbar. There is no programming, or editing required to do this tutorial. You just need to know how to use your computer mouse.
You first need to make a folder with your most used icons. I used my desktop folder since all the icons to my commonly used files, and programs are on my desktop.
All you have to do is right click your Windows Start Menu’s task bar and pick Toolbars then New toolbars.
You now have to select your folder you want to use to make your toolbar.
If you want to change the appearance of your toolbar, right click your toolbar. You can lock your tool bar, hide the title of your toolbar, hide the text labels, make the icons big and small, and you can move the icons to a different position on your tool bar by dragging and dropping the icons. If you are not using your toolbar, you can even “Close toolbar”.