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Dear All,
 Is there a way to set Windows explorer once and forever so I can always open any folder with Classical Windows Folder\Details?

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Use Tools, Options to make your settings, then click apply.  Then go to the View tab and click the button that says "Like Current Folder".
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Dear asyscokid ,
 I do not have any View tab that says "Like Current Folder"
 Any additional ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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In Explorer under Tools, Folder Options, are you saying you do not have a tab labeled "View", or are you saying you have a View tab, but it does not have a button that says "Like Current Folder"?  It actually may be labeled "Apply to All Folders".

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