If you have a list of folders such as This PC, Documents, Music, or others that you access regularly and almost always open them every time you start your computers, you can have it set so that these folders are opened every time you start your Windows PC. It takes a few steps to get the work done but, if you are willing to do it, go ahead and follow this short tutorial to restore previous folder windows at logon.
Restore previous folder windows at logon
Type Folder Options in Start Search and hit Enter. Under the View tab in the Advanced Settings panel, look for Restore previous folder windows at logon.
Check this option and then simply hit the ‘Apply’ button and click on ‘OK’.
Now when you log off, restart or shutdown, your Windows will automatically open the previously opened folders.
This ability of Windows of automatically restoring opened Windows folders upon startup is very convenient for daily computer users like me who are in the habit of opening many folders and tabs, every time the computer starts.
However, if you want to reopen application windows too after restart, you will have to use a tool called Cache My Work.