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How to Add Group Policy Shortcut on Desktop & Start Menu on Windows 11

How to Add Group Policy Shortcut on Desktop & Start Menu on Windows 11

In this article, I will show you how to create a shortcut to the Group Policy Editor on the desktop in Windows 11. The Group Policy Editor is the built-in tool that allows you to customize and change system behavior and advanced settings. If you frequently use the Group Policy Editor, creating this shortcut will allow you to open The Group Policy Editor is quick and easy, and you can pin the same desktop shortcut to the taskbar or Start menu

Create a desktop shortcut for Group Policy

-          - The first step you have to do is to right-click on an empty space on the desktop and select New > Shortcut.

- -       -   This will open the Create Shortcut wizard. In this step, in the empty field, type "gpedit.msc", then click the "Next" button to continue.

-       -   In this step, write a name for your shortcut. It is best to write “Group Policy Tool” as an appropriate name for this shortcut. If you want something else as a name, type it in the Name field. Press the “Finish” button.

-      -    With these steps, you have finished creating a group policy shortcut on your desktop. You can double-click it to open the Group Policy Editor,

How to Pin Group Policy to Taskbar

You can also add a Group Policy shortcut to the taskbar. Right-click on the shortcut. From the menu, click on Pin to Taskbar

Once you do this, the Group Policy application is pinned to the taskbar.

Pin Group Policy to Start menu

In one step you can Pin the Group Policy Editor shortcut to the Start menu, right-click on the Group Policy Editor shortcut, and from the menu click Pin to Start.

The Group Policy tool is immediately installed on the Start menu. You can see it immediately under the section pinned to the top of the Start menu.

The importance of creating a Group Policy shortcut on the desktop:

The Group Policy shortcut is a quick and easy way to open the Group Policy Editor. If you frequently use Group Policy, it may be a useful shortcut

We learned how to create a Group Policy shortcut on our desktop. This can be useful if you frequently use group policy. Whatever method you choose to use, in any case, it will be useful to you, and I hope that the article will be useful to you. If you want to help, leave me a comment and I will try to help as much as possible..