I am not a technically minded person I will admit, old age is creeping up and some advances seem to have passed me by. But I can usually at least use my laptop for simple "typewriter" activities. But not now! I have Windows 10 ( I think, the new one anyway!) and have an infuriating problem with documents and folders I would like to have open. It's hard to describe but basically if I hover over the documents or folder symbol in the bottom toolbar my open documents or folders appears in a small pop up icon , and when I move onto the icon the full size version appears presumably for me to click on and open fully. However, by the time the mouse has moved from the toolbar to the document it has "shrunk" back down to the toolbar again and I can't catch it quick enough to open it! I seem to spend all my time chasing documents and folders around the screen trying to open them. And as for having 2 documents open half-size at the same time to cut and paste from one to the other, well forget it! The only way I can actually get to a document or folder is to go through the file explorer tab on the start menu every time. Anyone with any ideas how I can actually "pin" my documents and folders to the screen for longer so my ageing fingers can catch up with them?