This article describes steps to always open File Explore to OneDrive‘s content in Windows 11.
You can also change how File Explorer opens and what to display when it does. The Quick Access will show recently accessed files, folders, and pinned items. You can choose to have File Explorer open on This PC, so it also shows your default personal folders and systems’ drives.
Yet still, if you don’t find it helpful to open File Explorer in Quick Access or This PC, you can choose to have it open with your OneDrive content instead.
Below is how to do that in Windows 11
How to open File Explorer with OneDrive content in Windows 11
However, if you have OneDrive set up on your Windows computer, you can choose to have File Explorer open your OneDriv content by default, and the steps below will show you how.
Set up OneDrive
First, you must set up OneDrive in Windows. Then configure File Explorer to open to OneDrive as its default content folder.
If you haven’t set up OneDrive in Windows, use the post below to learn how to.
Open OneDrive in File Explorer
Once you set up OneDrive in Windows, you can configure File Explorer to open your OneDrive content.
First, open File Explorer’s Folder Options.
On the Folder Options window, in the dropdown box for Open File Explorer: choose your OneDrive folder name in the list.
Once you have selected your OneDrive folder, click the OK button to apply the changes.
The next you open File Explorer, it should open your OneDrive folder content.
That should do it!
This post showed you how to open File Explorer to your OneDrive content in Windows 11. Please use the comment form below if you find any errors above or have something to add.