Although, some users may find this addition useful, many just want to see their storage drives and connected devices — anything else is just on the way. A difference to the new boot to desktop and tweaking options in the Power User menu is that can be easily configured by going to the Taskbar and Navigation properties. Microsoft isn’t making it easy to add or remove folders from this new section. The only way that seems to work is by editing the Windows Registry (regedit). (Below there is a list with the keys that remove each folder.) But of course not everyone is comfortable editing the Registry, as such to make it a bit simpler I created two *.reg files (add-folders.reg and remove-folders.reg) and I put them in a ZIP file that you can easily download here, extract, and apply by simply double-clicking each file. If you don’t want to remove all the folders from This PC, just right-click the remove-folders.reg, click Edit, delete the lines for that particular folder, save the file, and double-click to apply the new changes. The add-folders.reg will revert the process in case you change your mind and want the folders back.  This is pretty much all you have to do, now close and open File Explorer once again, and Folders should be removed from This PC. Also if you like your File Explorer the way it was in Windows 8, you can also bring back Libraries, here is how to do this. Reference All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.