Windows 10 introduces a feature called Quick Access in the File Explorer. It replaces the favourites tab and it is the first thing you see by default when you open File Explorer but not all of us want it. Some long time users of Windows may just desire the good old familiar arrangement where you saw your disk drives first thing after opening Windows/File Explorer. You can do that by following a few simple steps. Click on the File menu then Change Folder and Search Options then select Open File Explorer to: This PC. Or you could be just like me and let Quick Access be.
If you find yourself needing the old school Control Panel, all you have to do is right click on the start button and select it from the menu provided. this menu also provides shortcuts that you may find useful, like Device Manager, Command Prompt, Disk Management, Network Connections and more.
Change is inevitable and while Windows 10 strives to take care of the old by still keeping a lot of everything you’re familiar with intact, it builds on the new stuff brought in Windows 8 and more. That means there’s far more to explore once you’ve installed Windows 10 than could be highlighted here, go ahead and experience it!