I'm not quite sure how this happened, but in my Windows Explorer (Windows 10), the "Desktop" link seems to sink to the bottom of the Quick Access list (based on how frequently I use it) while "Documents," "Downloads," and "Pictures stay static at the top of the list. It's very annoying and a bit of an eyesore.
Somehow it disappeared from the list and I had to add it back manually, which is why I suspect it's doing this (maybe the IT department did something with the registry, who knows). In any case, I'm wondering how to keep "Desktop" at the top where it belongs (like on every other Windows 10 PC I've used). Thanks
------Edit-------- I dragged the Desktop back to the top as-per the comment, I noticed that while the static folders (Documents, Downloads, Pictures) are labeled as System Folders, Desktop isn't labeled as anything. I dragged it up from the "This PC" section of the sidebar to the top of Quick Access. It's up there now because I just did it, but it'll sink back down eventually.