Everyone likes emoji, is not it? Well, some users are not big fan of these. But many people are not comfortable without them.
Emoji are smiley and the application used in the app, which are mostly in chat and instant messenger. Smileys itself is a very old idea. Initially, they appeared as static images and animated GIFs for web pages and instant messaging apps.
English is one of the most spoken languages, but it is not what unites all of us. Rather, it is the universal language of Emoji that binds us together. These image characters appear more vibrant in their expression. As such, they have become popular easily around the world.
This is the reason that all platforms including Windows 10 are continuously editing new emoji characters in their keyboard. And in Windows 10, you can not only use these great emoji to send messages to people, but if you are really fans of them, you can also use them in the name of folders.
This cannot be the easiest way to name folders, but if you take advantage of visual elements, then editing an emoji in the folder name can be a good idea.
In Windows 10 you can use the name of a file or folder. This can be done with the help of built-in emoji panel feature, so you can choose which emoji you want.
Here we will see how you can name folders by using Emoji in Windows 10.
How to Use Emoji in File and Folder Names in Windows 10:
First, right-click on the empty area of the taskbar and click on the Show touch keyboard button option from the menu.
Now a Touch Keyboard button will appear in the notification section (on the right) in your taskbar.
Go to the folder or file in which you use emoji.
Right-click on it and select Rename option from the menu. Alternatively, you can select the file or folder and press F2 key.
Now click on your touch keyboard button. Then click the emoji icon (bottom-left) and start clicking on the emoji you want to use.
Emoji characters will appear as soon as you type them. If you want to make your name more creative, you can also add numbers and letters.
Give things a full name and see it on the title bar, in the preview tab and even in your Jump List on the taskbar.
Hopefully, this tip has helped you to be more creative in the way you give it a name in Windows 10. Stay unique and enjoy your Osama emoji while navigating to your Windows 10.