How to add Quick Launch toolbar to the taskbar in Windows 7?
One of the biggest challenges you’ll see in Windows 7 is in the taskbar. The Quick Launch toolbar in the taskbar is not there. You may don’t like your taskbar on Windows 7 without Quick Launch toolbar. For this, you can simply add the Quick launch toolbar to the taskbar to the Windows 7 desktop.
Quick Launch toolbar is an old Windows feature and has been around since the year 1997. Quick Launch works differently from the new taskbar, and if you want to experience its benefits, you can easily bring it back on your Windows 7 desktop simply by adding it to the taskbar. Here’s how to add it to the taskbar:
- Right-click on an open area of the taskbar, point to ‘Toolbars’ and then click on ‘New Toolbar’.
- Type ‘%appdata%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer’ in the location bar and then press ‘Enter’.
- Select ‘Quick Launch’ and then click on ‘Select Folder’.
- You’ll immediately notice the Quick Launch toolbar on the taskbar, but it’s all the way over on the right, so you’ll want to click on the dotted lines and then drag the toolbar all the way to the left.
See, how simple and easy the steps are. You can easily apply them on your Windows 7-based to add Quick Launch toolbar to the taskbar. For better understanding, go through our video solution that is given below.