Libraries in Windows is a great feature of Explorer that lets you group multiple folders into a single view, even if they are in different volumes. You can add a custom location to any library for faster access.
By default, Windows 10 comes with the following libraries: Camera Albums, Saved Images, Videos, Documents, Pictures, Music. Windows 10 allows you to add up to 50 locations to a library. Library layout You can add a folder from a local drive, or from an external USB drive, or from an SD card, or from a network location. You cannot add a DVD drive.
There are two ways to add a folder to a library in Windows 10. Let's see how it can be done.
Note: If the "Libraries" folder is not visible in your "File Explorer", then see:Enable libraries in Windows Explorer 10"
Step 1: Open Explorer and navigate to the Libraries folder.
Step 2: Right-click on a library and select "Properties" in the context menu. Note: In addition to the 6 libraries that exist by default, you can create as many others as you want by right-clicking in the left pane and selecting: Create> Library
Step 3: In the Properties option, click the Add button to go to a site and add it to the library.
Step 4: In the next dialog box, you can search for a folder. Click the "Include Folder" button to add it to the library.
Step 5: You can delete a folder from a library at any time. Just highlight it and press the Remove key.
Alternatively, you can use the main menu in the exploration, as follows:
Step 1: Select the desired library in the Libraries folder.
Step 2 In the exploration menu, go to the "Library Tools" tab and from there click on "Library Management".
Step 3: In the next dialog box, add or remove the desired folders using the buttons next to the folder list.