The User folder on Windows is a folder created specifically for each user account configured on the computer. The User folder contains important folders such as Documents, Pictures, Downloads, Desktop or AppData important data directory. Normally, to open the User folder, you will need to access the C drive and then navigate to the User folder. However, we can also shorten the operation through a number of quick access to the User folder that Network Administrator guides you to read below.
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Method 1: Quickly open User via Run command
We press Ctrl + R key combination then enter command% USERPROFILE% to quickly open the User folder on the computer.
The results of the User folder show as shown below.
Method 2: Access from File Explorer
We open it File Explorer interface then right click at the lower area of the left menu interface to select Show all folders.
The User folder will now be added to the navigation bar for quick access.
This navigation bar also has many different folders, so if you want the User folder to always be visible, you can pin to the Quick access section. Right-click on the User folder and select Pin to Quick Access.
Method 3: Create a shortcut to access the User folder
First we hit Right-click an empty area of the desktop then select New> Shortcut.
Next to Enter the path of the User folder Go to the interface and select Next to continue. Name that shortcut already Click Finish to save.
Or in the File Explorer interface, right-click on the User folder and select Pin to Start to attach to the Start menu interface.
Thus, accessing the User directory becomes much simpler through the quick access above. With method 3, you can apply to many other folders in the computer.
I wish you successful implementation!