Windows 10: Show All Local Disks In The Navigation Pane

Discus and support Show All Local Disks In The Navigation Pane in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Is there a way to show all the local disks on the left like with the removable drive. Tried searching but didn't see anything. Would like it above D:... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by DarkRookie, Oct 5, 2018.

  1. DarkRookie Win User

    Show All Local Disks In The Navigation Pane


    Is there a way to show all the local disks on the left like with the removable drive.
    Tried searching but didn't see anything.
    Would like it above D: in the pictures.

    :)
     
    DarkRookie, Oct 5, 2018
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  2. Dragane Win User

    Local drive not showing in navigation pane


    Any clue why one of my local drives doesn't show in navigation pane?


    Show All Local Disks In The Navigation Pane [​IMG]
     
    Dragane, Oct 5, 2018
    #2
  3. Edwin Win User
    Local drive not showing in navigation pane


    Hi @Dragane, welcome to tenforums.com! Show All Local Disks In The Navigation Pane :)

    Expand "This PC", it should reside there.
     
    Edwin, Oct 5, 2018
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  4. TechGuy737 Win User

    Show All Local Disks In The Navigation Pane

    Hide or Show User Profile's Personal Folders in Navigation Pane


    Thank you in advance to everyone for your help and time. Hopefully this write-up is succinct. Show All Local Disks In The Navigation Pane :)
    I believe there has to be additional registry modifications to solve this issue.


    Problem:
    In the Navigation Pane, specifically regarding the Current User folder tree, a Personal Folder (i.e. 3D Objects, Contacts, Desktop, etc... ) continues to show even after making active the Hidden property for that Personal Folder.

    Expected Results:
    Any Personal Folder that is marked "Hidden" in the File/Folder Listings Area should also be hidden in the Navigation Pane specifically within the Current User folder tree.

    Steps to recreate the issue: (the following steps assume that the option is deactivated to see hidden folders.)
    1. Open File Explorer
    2. Within Navigation Pane, Right-click over any blank area
    3. Select menu-option "Show All Folders"
    4. Select and Expand the Current User folder tree which is listed as a child object to the "Desktop" folder
    5. Within the File/Folder Listings Area, Right-click on a Personal Folder
    6. Select menu-option "Properties"
    7. Within the new Dialogue window, Select the "General" tab, Select to Activate the Attribute "Hidden", Select the "OK" button
    8. Close File Explorer and then Open File Explorer
    9. Select the Current User folder in the Navigation Pane
    10. Notice the recently-hidden folder is still showing in the Navigation Pane even though it is hidden in the File/Folder Listings Area.

    System Specs:
    • Edition: Windows 10 Home 64bit
    • Version: 1709
    • OS Build: 16299.371
    • Hard Drives: 2 (SSD & Mechanical)
    • C:\ = SSD
    • D:\ = Mechanical

    Current Modifications of System:
    • The %UserProfile% system folder was successfully transferred to D:\ by using Sysprep during Windows Setup. This is the only system folder moved to another drive.

    Current Modifications of File Explorer in Navigation Pane: (using Regedit)
    • Hidden = Quick Access
    • Hidden = Libraries
    • Hidden = OneDrive
    • Hidden = Homegroup
    • Hidden = This PC user personal folders

    Current Modifications of File Explorer in Folder/File Listing Area:
    • Each unwanted Personal Folder was changed to "Hidden" by Right-clicking the folder and Checking the Attribute checkbox marked "Hidden".

    3rd-Party Software Installed:

    • Classic Shell
    • Mozilla Firefox
    • IObit Driver Booster
    • Macrium Reflect
     
    TechGuy737, Oct 5, 2018
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