What Is The Reason(s) And The Solution(s) For My Windows 7 64-Bit Not Saving My Last Command’s Default Folder Location Path After I Have Set It The First Or A Previous Time To My “Desktop”?
Posted on 2011-10-15
Hello. I have a question to ask you.
When I need to perform such commands like open a file, save a file, or upload a file; I get a smaller window of Windows Explorer that states “File Open”, “Save As”, or “Choose File to Upload” prospectively. Now ‘most’ of the time, I have the files and folders I need right on my desktop in order to access. However, it seems lately that when I open a smaller window for such a command as I have stated, it does not provide the “Desktop” as the default location folder path each time I open a file, save a file, or upload a file AFTER I HAVE SET the “Desktop” as the default folder location path for each command the first or previous time. Instead, I am receiving “Favorites” or “Documents” as the default folder location path for each command stated above. It is becoming a hassle each time I have to navigate back to my “Desktop” as the default folder path location for these commands.
What is the reason(s) for my Windows 7 64-bit not saving my last command default folder location path after I have set it the first or a previous time to my “Desktop” for such commands like open a file, save a file, or upload a file?
Consequently, how can this be fixed so the prospective command’s default file or folder path that is designed from a first or previous time remains the same (like it 'remembers') until it is indeed changed by the user at another instance?
Let me answer you: Yes, I am the only one that uses this computer regardless of how many user accounts are established if you were thinking that another user has changed the default folder location path without my knowledge.
Please provide your own detailed facts, suggestions, hints, and tips; and/or the best possible well written, detailed and documented website links for an answer(s) and solution(s) to this issue.
NOTE: This is regarding the Windows 7 Professional 64-bit operating system.