Like its previous versions Windows 10 also supports pinning certain objects to the taskbar for instant access like certain files, folders or any other kind of shortcuts. In order to do that you just need to click on the file and select pin to start option. But some times Pin to Start option is not appearing in the context menu for supported files. If the Pin to Start option is not appearing when you perform a right-click on a folder, .exe file, or shortcut, it’s likely because a policy named Prevent users from customizing their Start Screen has been turned on or another policy named LockedStartLayout is enabled.
Restore missing “Pin to Start” option Using Registry Edit.
Manually Edit Registry To fix This Error Step By Step.
Type regedit in the start menu or taskbar search box and press enter. This Will open Registry Edit windows Now Navigate to the following
On the right side look for the entry which says NoChangeStartMenu and delete it.
Now go Back and navigate to the following