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Explorer in My Documents & Profiles ??

Posted on 2000-03-02
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How do I make Windows explorer start in the "C" drive and not my documents, also how do I get rid of the AllUser Profile as I'm the only one who uses the computer & It's messing up my start menu by saving the shortcuts in "All Users" Profile in stead of mine... Thx
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To fix the start menu edit the properties and change the target to "C:\WINNT\explorer.exe /n,/e,C:\"
this will fix that problem.
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