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detailed view as default view in windows explorer

Posted on 2001-06-20
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I got the question from CompuTurk. But actually there was no answer.. The answer was just something like going to the control panel and setting the folder options.. No details..
Can someone give me the details?
"Hi all,
   I was wondering if there was anyway to make all the folders list as detailed in Windows Explorer
rather then seeing them as large icons first then changing it? "
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-Open a window ..like my computer..
-Click view->details
-Click tools->folder options->view tab..Click on "like current folder" button.
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by:happymae
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thanks a lot! actually, my win2k is in jap version, and i guess i didnt understand what pressing that button meant..
i got some info about changed the registry and such.. but it didnt work.. glad it's this easy.. thanks again!
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