Sep 07 2021 08:00 AM
Oct 05 2021 02:10 PM
Nov 03 2021 01:57 PM
Has this issue been rectified. Unfortunately, we heavily use OneDrive and Windows Explorer synchronisation to govern the efficient of our Doucment Control and functionality throughout our business. This is a significant set back.
Nov 03 2021 03:23 PM
Nov 08 2021 02:51 AM
Same problem after upgrade from Windows 10
"Always keep on this device" missing from File Explorer menu in Windows 11
& File Explorer too slow to use
Nov 22 2021 05:05 PM
Just received a Dell laptop that I had ordered, with Windows 11 already installed. I'm having the same issue. Instead of allowing me to download multiple files all at once by right-clicking a folder, I have to right-click on the individual files themselves--highlighting all within one folder--and then choose "Always keep on this device." The option for that or "Free up space" only appears if you're clicking on the files, not the folders. Also, I've noticed that if I right-click on the Personal Vault, I'm sometimes able to get the options to free up or download, but if I choose either, it does nothing. @HGS56283
Nov 28 2021 05:05 PM
Dec 18 2021 11:31 AM
Just wondering if there is any resolution to this issue? i'm staggered by the absence of this option and also by the fact that Windows/File Directory response time when selecting, clicking, double-clicking and right menu selection is pathetically slow.
Dec 18 2021 11:53 AM
I haven't had any resolution yet. While it is a pain not having that option in the right click context menu, the extreme slowness of file explorer in general use is almost impossible to live with. It is wasting such a lot of time just waiting for folders to open.
Feb 15 2022 03:00 AM
I upgraded 2 pc's to win 11
1 was super quick file explorer, one was super slow
Reinstalled and superquick
Clearly an underlying problem but reinstall quickly - it will then be super quick again!
Right context menus are a pain yes though
Feb 15 2022 07:38 AM
Feb 21 2022 06:50 AM