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How do I set my Windows 7 Explorer to display normal column headings...

Posted on 2012-04-04
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....such as Name, Type, Size, Date, etc.

For some reason, I am seeing column heasings such as Compressed Size, Password, and a bunch of other stuff that I never set.

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You can reset the columns back to what you need by simply right clicking on the header columns. This will display the menu as seen in the attached image. You can choose the columns that you need and unselect the ones that you dont.


Hope this helps. Good Luck!

Windows Explorer Column Configuration
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