In 7 I made extensive use of the Libraries to access my files. Most of my files are on the data partition so I used the libraries to make them easily accessible. In 7 I could connect these to the 'My Documents', 'My Pictures' shortcuts in the Start Menu. That way I could generally avoid the default user file folders on the C drive.
In 10 you still have the libraries but they seem less accessible somehow and the start menu links default to the c drive user folders which I don't use. I can't seem to find a way to make them directly connect to the appropriate folders in the data partition like in 7. Perhaps I have missed something. Am getting a bit lost at the moment with the changes to the directory/folder structure; 'This PC' 'File Explorer' etc that are different to 7.
Any help appreciated.
Edited by Queen-Evie, 02 June 2016 - 03:19 PM.
moved from Windows 10 Discussion to Windows 10 Support