Hi Butch,

I believe that the prhrase "quick access" is something you hear as you navigate 
Windows folders, but I ignore it.
The This PC icon is where I always go to when I want to review all my drives 
and then open the root folder of a particular drive by selecting one and 
pressing Enter.
However, please note that, as I suggested you would configure one of your 
folders and then make the changes global in Folder options, the display of your 
drives in This PC is a separate window altogether, and you'll have to configure 
it in the same way as I described before.
Otherwise, the names of the drives are not accessible, at least with 
Window-Eyes, which is all I use.

Best,

Rod

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-----Original Message-----
From: Talk [mailto:talk-bounces+rod_hutton=hotmail....@lists.window-eyes.com] 
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Sent: Friday, February 02, 2018 10:45 AM
To: gw micro
Cc: BK
Subject: quick access or this pc

I have one more question about file explorer. There are two settings,
one is quick access, and the other is this pc. Which one functions more
like the old windows explorer? If neither does, then what is the
difference between the two, and which is more speech friendly? Thank you
much.

Butch
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