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I have to use Windows Server 2008 now and has the Windows Explorer, would like to have the same one what was in XP. Are there any free ones out there?
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by:Darius Ghassem
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I don't think that you can change the windows explorer.
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by:andoss
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Is there a specific reason why you want this? You can just turn on classic folders and remove a bunch of the new views etc.
It still looks different from 2003 but not enough that you'd bother changing it.
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I will give that a try, nothing other than liking the old explorer
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by:Darius Ghassem
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How is it going?
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Still miss the simplicity of the old windows explorer, the classic view doesn't do it for me.
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Sorry to tell you that there isn't a way to get it back. Go a head and close the question out.
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