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Posted on 1998-07-05
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hi,

I noticed that when I use explorer, and I go to the windows folder, each time I get a stupid text giving a warning and if I want to continue to click "show files". This really makes me mad, is there a way to get rid of it, so when I go to the Windows folder (and subdirectorys) it gives the content immediately without having to go through that message first. I'm a developer so I can do without that stupid advice. Also if anyone else found other stupid messages then please tell me how to disable or to get rid of them.

Thanks and take care
bye
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larbel earned 100 total points
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Open up Explorer and go to View then uncheck 'as Web page', that's it...  If you feel you should adjust the points to 50, it's fine by me.
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Copy the folder.htt file from C:\Windows\Web to C:\WINDOWS.
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