I just upgraded to Windows 10 yesterday. The File Explorer has new behavior that I want to behave like it did in Windows 7. Here are the steps to reproduce:
create a folder on desktop
open the folder in the file explorer by clicking it
minimize the desktop with Microsoft button + 'D'
click the folder on the desktop again
Expected: the clicked folder opens in the same file explorer that was minimized (this is Windows 7 default behavior).
Actual: the clicked folder does not open. It stays minimized. The only way to access it is to go to the task bar and click it there. Annoying! Especially when there are 20+ folders minimized and collapsed.
I checked in Explorer options and I don't see anything that would allow me to modify this behavior.