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    I use a Surface Pro 6 with Windows 10 1903 and the latest cumulative update, build 18362.356.
    Lately, I haven't been able to see the Frequent Folders in Quick Access outside the pinned ones (Recent Files show up, instead), while I can see them in every other Jump List as they should.
    I started noticing this after manually deleting those Automatic Destinations in its folder, but in those days I installed the latest cumulative update, too.
    After trying to switch to a local account with no difference, I tried to perform a System Restore, with data deletion too, but after I reinstated everything the problem was still there.
    Now, I was thinking about doing one last in place install via Windows 10 ISO, but I don't know if it would change anything.

    I noticed it after accidentally manually deleting those Automatic Destinations in its location, the folder inside AppData (although I didn't change anything from registry), but in that same span I also upgrade to the last cumulative update KB4515384. Could it be a bug? Thank you.
    09-17-2019 11:18 AM
  2. Ryujingt3's Avatar
    Any chance of a screenshot please so we can see the issue more clearly?
    09-22-2019 06:34 AM
  3. giammi29's Avatar
    Hello, that was me asking. At this moment, the issue looks kind of solved, because those Folders started to show up again in Quick Access just by using the device, after a few reinstallations. Thank you for your reply!
    09-24-2019 12:04 PM
  4. Ryujingt3's Avatar
    What did you do, if anything to solve it? I'm curious and it may help other members here.
    09-27-2019 08:51 AM
  5. giammi29's Avatar
    What did you do, if anything to solve it? I'm curious and it may help other members here.
    It worked again after a reset to factory settings, but I suppose that the RestoreHealth command via DISM -and after that, sfc /scannow just in case- in cmd could also do the trick.
    10-11-2019 05:37 AM
  6. Ryujingt3's Avatar
    It worked again after a reset to factory settings, but I suppose that the RestoreHealth command via DISM -and after that, sfc /scannow just in case- in cmd could also do the trick.
    Glad you got it sorted!
    10-11-2019 08:37 AM

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