I mostly need to open a custom folder on taks scheduler (which contains my tasks, to edit, disable them...). It's a waste time to have to navigate each time to the right folder.

Is it possible to create a shortcut that will directly open a specific task scheduler's folder?

(If windows 10 isn't able to do that, is it possible with autohotkey?)

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    You can do that via a scheduled task, but it'll mean writing a batch or PowerShell script. You can also place a shortcut to the folder in question on your Desktop, for ease of access. You can even pin it to your Task Bar. It would be simpler than writing a script, but that's just my opinion. – user1019780 Jun 18 at 7:52

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