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is there a way to keep the folder view always on details when accessing a folder.
Folders may open as thumbnails or list etc.... and I prefer using details on all of my folders
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Open up a folder, set it up the way you want it defaulted to..
Then go to the "Tools" menu --> "Folder Options..." --> switch to the "View" tab --> click the "Apply to All Folders" button.
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Set the folder view to Details, then go to Tools|Folder Options|View, click the Apply to All Folders button, and hit Yes.
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Setup folder view to Details then in Folders Options uncheck "Remember each folder's view settings", click on Apply to All Folders.
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Many Thanks !
I have to go back to Windows 101 or get better medication.
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