In WinXP How can I permanently change folder VIEW settings from "Tile" to "List"?

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I would like to permanently change all my new folder view settings to be in “List” mode. How can I change the folder view “default” setting to be “List” mode.

Currently, when I click on any NEW folder, it comes up in “Tiles” mode and I don’t know how to change it so that when I click on a NEW folder it comes up in "List" mode.

I do know about clicking “View” on the toolbar, then “List”.
Thanks, jkxx
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hongjunCommented:
After you have made it to List view.
Do this from the explorer

Tools -> Folder Options
Click "View" tab
Click "Apply to All Folders"
Click OK
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sloopethCommented:
get it how u like it then

Tools > folder options > View > apply to all folders.
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