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change view setting of folder

Posted on 2014-12-10
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when I enter some folder and change the setting to details view ,after some time when I enter again the setting didn't keep he change to small icon how I fix it
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WIndows only keeps track of ~100 folder settings. If you frequently change the view type, less recently used folders' settings are dismissed, and there is nothing you can do about that. Unless you stop switching views that often.

The usual procedure to keep it somehow under control is to set up a folder view as you would like to have it on most of the folders, than apply the change to all folders (Organize » Folder and Search Options » View » Apply to all folders), and then set some folders to a different view as required.
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