Open menu when desktop icon is activated

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I have all of my games stored in one folder, and a shortcut to that folder on my desktop. So if I activate it, file explorer comes up with all my games. Is it possible that instead it just opens a side menu or even a classic windows 10 right-click list thingy?

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Hi,

You can try to create a folder in Start menu, then pin your game shortcuts in that folder.