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How to Adjust Folder Settings in Windows 7
 
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This tutorial will show you how to adjust the folder settings in Windows 7. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ When it comes to folder settings windows 7 allows a great deal of customization. This can make the whole system easier to use and this tutorial will show you how to change these settings. Step # 1 -- Expose the Menu Bar You need to access the "Menu Bar" first in order to get to folder settings. Click "Start" then "Computer" to open Explorer. Click on the "Organize" button in the top left. Navigate to "Layout" and click "Menu bar". This will add a new bar to the top of the screen that reads "File", "Edit" etc. Step # 2 -- General Folder Settings On this new bar click the "Tools" heading and then click on "Folder options...". This will open a window that will allow you to change "General" settings for all folders in the first tab. This will allow you to adjust various navigation settings such as how new windows open. Step # 3 -- Changing a Folder's View The second tab, "View" allows you to change the appearance of this folder, such as selecting what type of files you want to be able to view, or whether you want to view drive letters. To save any changes you have made click, "OK". Step # 4 -- Changing all Folders on a Drive To change all folder settings windows makes the process simple. You first need to go a root directory. Go to computer and then select a drive, such as "C:". Click "Tools", then "Folder options...". The same window as above will appear, click the "View" tab, make any changes you want and before and then click the "Apply to Folders" button, click "Yes" on the dialogue box that appears, this will change all folder settings within the C: drive.
Windows 7 Tutorial 9   Folder options
 
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An Introduction to the Folder options . http://www.top-windows-tutorials.com/ click here to view next tutorial: http://youtu.be/I15CA2UjdRs
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5 Ways to Open Folder Options in Windows 10
 
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5 Ways to Open Folder Options in Windows 10
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How to Open Folder Options in Windows 8.1
 
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How to Open Folder Options in Windows 8 and windows 8.1 learn how to view or change Folder Options in Windows 8 and 8.1, folder option settings in windows 8, where is folder option in windows 8.1.
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How to Configure Folder Options in Windows 10
 
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How to view hidden files and folders in Windows 7
 
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Watch in HD! Today I show you how to view hidden files and folders that Microsoft doesn't want you to see
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How to view folder options in windows8 | How to find the Folder Options menu in windows 8
 
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This video shows you Accessing Folder Options in windows 8, windows 8 has made accessing folder options much easier than previous versions of windows operating system, option for accessing folder options is availabe in folders and other components such as computer, network and even in recycle bin for example, we are showing you how to access folder options by opening computer now you can see view tab here, click on it a new ribbon of options will be displayed on the extreme right side, you can see options click on small arrow below it a new list of options will be displayed, click on change folder and search options now folder options window will be displayed through the same procedure, you can access folder options from any folders, or from components like computer, network , users files , recycle bin etc
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Windows 7 Folder Options
 
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This O'Reilly Answers screencast will show you how to change some of the folder options in Windows 7, including how to show file extensions. The content in this screencast is from Windows 7: The Missing Manual.
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How To Open Folder Options (Settings) in Windows 8 [EASIEST WAY]
 
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IN THIS VIDEO I WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO OPEN FOLDER OPTIONS (SETTINGS) IN WINDOWS 8 [EASIEST WAY] Thanks For Watching.. :)
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How to open folder options using run command
 
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How to open folder options using run command Folder Options
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How to change folder options in Windows 7
 
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Hi guys, here I quickly show you how to change your folder options in Windows 7 and how to turn off system restore, as in my malware removal videos I didn't remember that some of you who have viruses may be using Windows 7 (even though it is the latest and greatest operating system, which is also MY operating system) so I hope that helped you out. Thanks for watching, have a good day.
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How to Restore Missing “New” or “New Folder” Option in Desktop
 
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How to Restore Missing “New” or “New Folder” Option in Desktop and Explorer Context Menu in Windows? this video i show you how can you easily restore your missing "New" option from your mouse right button. you can also find other important tutorials in our channel. please go subscribe button and click also bell icon to get notification when we upload any video tutorial. The link which was in video - https://www.dropbox.com/s/xskw7js9uqua80z/Add_Missing_New_Context_Menu_Item.reg?dl=0 or you can follow this - http://www.askvg.com/how-to-restore-missing-new-menuitem-in-desktop-and-explorer-context-menu/ Our channel is;: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQk36lPO4m0BAUKFbPTtwgw
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Windows 8 - How to open folder options
 
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This tutorial shows how to open folder options on windows 8 using mouse STEPS --------- 1) Type folder options 2) Click Settings 3) Click Folder Options Presented by http://easylearntips.com
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Customize folder options in Windows
 
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Windows comes with certain options as defaults. For example, double-click to open something, open new folders in the original folder, and the like. Just because that's the way it works by default doesn't mean you can't change it. Using the Folder Options you can customize how Windows behaves in this regard and perhaps find a way that suits you better. A Internet tutorial by butterscotch.com. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Understanding Control Panel in Windows 7 - Part 2 (Hindi) (हिन्दी)
 
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This video explains the following settings in the control panel in Windows 7: Mouse, Keyboard, Fonts, Folder Options
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How to Unhide Folders in Windows 7
 
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How to Unhide Folders in Windows 7? 1. Click on the start menu and go to control panel. 2. Click on Appearance and Personalization Link. 3. Now, Open the "Folder Options" Link. 4. Click on the "View." tab. 5. Scroll down until you see an option called "Hidden Files and Folders." 6. There are 2 radio buttons listed underneath this entry; 7. Click on the one that reads "Show hidden files, folders, and drives." 8. In the same "Advanced Settings" window, uncheck the box that reads "Hide protected operating system files." 9. Do this if the folder you want to unhide is a system folder. 10. Click the "OK" button to apply the changes you've made. 11. Now you can find the folder that you are interested in on your hard drive. 12. As you can see all the hidden files and folders on my desktop are now visible. 13. To unhide the folder. Right click on it and select properties. 14. On the "General" tab of the "Properties" menu, uncheck the box that reads "Hidden." 15. The folder will no longer be hidden. 16. If you want, you can go back into the "Appearances and Personalization" menu and tell Windows to hide the hidden files again. 17. Your folder will appear anyway, because it is no longer marked as hidden. This is How You can Unhide Folders on Windows 7 Thank you for watching. Learn How to Make Money Online, Join Us @ http://www.jobs4mind.com This video is only for instructional or educational purpose. Jobs4minds warrants that the content in this video is provided on an "as is" basis with no express or implied warranties whatsoever. Any reference of any third party logos, brand names, trademarks, services marks, trade names, trade dress and copyrights shall not imply any affiliation to such third parties, unless expressly specified. Visit our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/jobs4minds Subscribe to stay updated: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jobs4minds Join Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jobs4minds Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jobs4mind Audio Credits: http://www.freesfx.co.uk Video Credits (Free Screen Recorder Software): http://camstudio.org/ Image Credits: Image courtesy of [stockimages] at FreeDigitalPhotos.net Watch Previous Videos How to Set Windows 7 as the Default OS on a Dual Boot PC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbqmd__Ylos How to Remove Programs in Windows 7 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ly3JsXoJEio
How to open each folder in its own window
 
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmV5uZQcAXUW7s4j7rM0POg?sub_confirmation=1 To open each folder in its own window 1. Open Folder Options in Control Panel. • Click Start, and then click Control Panel. • Click Appearance and Themes, and then click Folder Options. 2. On the General tab, under Browse Folders, click Open each folder in its own window.
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How to hide a files/folders and open it In windows 8
 
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Follow These Steps to Display Hidden Files and Folders. Open Folder Options by Clicking the Start button , Clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance And Personalization, and then Clicking Folder Options. Click the View tab. Under Advanced Settings, click Show Hidden files and Folders, And Then click OK.
Fix a Problem Where Folders Open in New Window Every Time in Windows 7
 
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When you open Windows Explorer and double-click a folder, it may open a new explorer window rather than showing the folder contents in the existing window. This may happen although "Open each folder in the same window" setting is selected in Control Panel -- Folder Options. This could happen after installing certain versions of VaultClient software, and issue can be resolved by registering a DLL file. Use these steps: Open an elevated Command Prompt window. To open an elevated Command Prompt, click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as administrator. Type the following command and hit ENTER: Command for Windows 7 32-bit : regsvr32.exe "%Programfiles%\Internet Explorer\ieproxy.dll" Command for Windows 7 64-bit (Registering the 32-bit module) : regsvr32.exe "%Programfiles(x86)%\Internet Explorer\ieproxy.dll" You should see a similar message as below, in the output window: DllRegisterServer in ieproxy.dll succeeded.
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How to View/Show Hidden Files and Folders in Windows 7
 
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A short tutorial I made for Windows 7 users, for those of you who don't know how to do this. Some files in Windows 7 are automatically hidden. You will be able to show, find, and view these hidden files and folders. Step 1: Click on "Start". Step 2: Go to "Control Panel". Step 3: Click on "Appearance and Personalization". Step 4: Go down to "Folder Options", and click on "Show hidden files and folders". Step 5: Find "Show hidden files, folders, and drives" in the list and check the circle next to it (this will uncheck "Don't show hidden files, folders, or drives"). Step 6: Find and uncheck "Hide protected operating system files" (this step is optional) and click "Yes" to the window that pops up. Step 7: Click "Apply" and "Ok". To undo this configuration, repeat steps 1 to 4 and then click on "Restore Default".
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How to Show File Extensions in Windows 7
 
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This tutorial will walk you through some basic techniques to display file extensions in windows 7 using the folder options panel. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ A file extension is a character set assigned to every file at the end of its name. These set of characters or file extensions are used to determine which program or application can open the file. File extensions of known file types are hidden by default in windows due to system security reasons. However Windows 7 has an option to display known file extensions by making a small adjustment in folder options. This tutorial will show you how to enable the Windows 7 display of file extensions using the folder options. Step # 1 -- Open the Folder Options In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to show file extensions in windows 7 using different methods. First of all, go to the "Start" Menu, open the "Control Panel" and click on the "Folder Options" to open it. Step # 2 -- Disable the Hide File Extensions Option Once the "folder options" panel opens, move over to the "View" tab, deselect the "Hide extensions for known file types" option and click on the "OK" button to save these settings and exit. Now you can see the file extension of every file along with its name. Step # 3 -- Open the Folder Option from the Start Menu Alternately, you can open up the "Start" Menu, type in "Folder Options" in the search box and click on its icon from the menu to open the Folder Options Panel. Once the Folder Options are open, you can adjust the required settings so that Windows 7 display of file extensions that were previously hidden is now possible. Step # 4 -- Open Windows Explorer There is another way to open the Folder Options. First open Windows Explorer by searching it from the "Start" menu. Step # 5 -- Open the Folder Options from the "Tools" Menu Once windows explorer is open, press the "ALT" key on the keyboard to display the "File" menu. Now move over to the "Tools" menu and click on the "Folder Options" from the list to open it. From here now by adjusting the relevant settings you can show file extensions in Windows 7 which were previously hidden.
How To Unlock All Hidden Files
 
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(Sorry For Spelling If You Cant Watch It Follow These Steps: 1.open the Start Menu 2.Click On Control Panel (Or Open Run And Type This Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization 3.Click On Folder Options And Then Click On View 4.Then Find This Hidden Folders Or Something With Hidden 5.Click On Show Hidden Folders TA DA ENJOY!
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How to Open Control Panel in Windows 10 and Bring it Back to the Start Menu 🎛️🛠️💻
 
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👍 Watch how to open Control Panel in Windows 7, 8 and 10, and also how to have it back after upgrading Windows 10 to the Crеators Update build. Read more about Windows tunning in our blog - https://hetmanrecovery.com/recovery_news/. In Windows 7 and earlier operating systems by Microsoft users could get to ALL management options and settings in Control Panel. To open it, you had to click Start / Control Panel. In Windows 8 and 10, Microsoft introduced a menu called Settings and users could no longer see Control Panel. Nevertheless, you still need Control Panel to set up and manage many system functions even in the latest versions of Windows. To open Control Panel in Windows 8 or 10: • Right-click on the Start menu or press the key sequence Windows + X • In the list that opens, select Control Panel. However, in Windows 10 Creators Update you will not see Control Panel on the list. In the last part of the video, I will show you how to bring Control Panel back to the list in Windows 10 Creators Update. Just watch it till the end. Here’s the second method. • Click on Start • And find the folder Windows System in the list of programs. • Open it, and you will find Control Panel there, among other items. Using Windows Search, you can find and start any application or program installed in your system. To do it: • Click on the Search icon • and enter “Control Panel” • Windows will find and suggest Control Panel (Desktop App) • Click on it and Control Panel appears. One more way: • Open Settings • Personalization • Themes • Desktop icon settings • Among other icons, you can see Control Panel • Check its box • Apply / OK • After that, the Control Panel icon will appear on the desktop and it will be available all the time. You can also start Control Panel by using Run tool. To do it: • Press Windows + R. • In the window that opens, enter the command Control • OK • Control Panel opens You can add a Control Panel shortcut to the desktop. To do it: • Right-click on the desktop. • And select New / Shortcut • In the window that opens, type Control in the field “Type the location of the item” • Next • Enter the shortcut name • Finish. • As a result, you will have a Control Panel shortcut on the desktop. • Now you can open it right from the desktop, pin it to the Start menu or taskbar. • However, you cannot do it with a desktop icon created in the way I have just shown you. And the last thing - as I said before, in Windows 10 Creators Update you will not see Control Panel on the Start menu list after you press Windows + X. If you are already used to starting it from there in previous builds of this operating system, I will show how to bring it back to its usual location. To do it: • Go to the folder C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\WinX\Group2 • This folder contains shortcuts to the tools shown in this submenu of the Start button. • In order to add the Control Panel item here, you have to put the Control Panel shortcut, which was located here in the previous build of Windows, into the folder we have opened. If you have access to a previous build of Windows 10, copy the shortcut from there. • If you don’t, download it from the link in the description for this video: https://hetmanrecovery.com/download/files/control-panel.rar. • Remember that placing a shortcut to Control Panel, which you have created on your own, to Group2 folder will not have the desired effect. • Restart the operating system. • Now when you right-click on the Start menu, you can see Control Panel back where it used to be. That is all for now. I hope this video will be useful for you. Hit the Like button and subscribe to our channel. Thank you for watching. Good luck. Other videos: #ControlPanel, #Windows10, #CreateUpdate, #Shortcut, #Start, #Commands. Playlist: Tuning and Adjusting Windows 10: Restore Points, Resetting Passwords, Backup, Defragmentation, Compatibility Mode - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWfvrWYvsWiIIvLGyaCgBbwreA08y_ycT.
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How to Disable Thumbnail Preview in Windows 7
 
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Follow the detailed step by step guide and learn how to disable thumbnail preview in windows using different methods. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ Having a lot of thumbnails on the Windows Explorer window tends to slow down a computer sometimes even freezing the computer. Disabling thumbnail previews can boost Windows performance considerably. Here are three options that would help you in disabling thumbnail previews. Step 1 -- Opening up the control panel First method of disabling thumbnail previews is through Folder Options. Upon pressing the windows + R button , the run command would appear. Next to the Open option would be a blank field.On that field type "control" to access the control panel Step 2 -- Opening up folder options Once the "Control Panel" window opens up, click on "Folder Options". Upon accessing the control panel a host of options would appear under "All Control Panel Items" stacked in vertical lists. On the left most list, click on the fourth option labeled " Folder Options" Step 3 -- Accessing the Views tab on Folder Options. Once done, move over to the "View" tab, tick on the checkbox titled "Always show icons, never thumbnails" and click on "Ok Upon clicking the "Folder Options" a window would appear, after which you have to click the "views" tab. Underneath the " Advanced settings" options list tick the checkbox titled "Always show icons, never thumbnails" . Upon checking it click Ok button placed at the bottom left of the window box. Step 4 -- Changing settings through performance options The second method to disable thumbnail preview is through accessing performance options. For that you would have to access the system properties menu. To do that, press the windows + R to access the run command box. After the box appears type in ""sysdm.cpl" to open up the System Properties window. Step 5 -- Clicking the advanced tab on the "System Properties" window. After the "Systems Properties" window opens up click on the third tab from the left labeled" Advanced". Upon clicking on the "Advanced tab three options would be listed on the window. Click on "Settings" tab labeled under the Performance option placed at the top. Step 6 -- Click on visual effects under Performance options. Now the Performance options window would open up , under the tab labeled " Visual Effects " you will be presented with a small list of options. Click on the option labeled " custom" where another list of options would appear. In the list , scan for the option labeled" Show thumbnails instead of icons" and uncheck it and press Ok Step 7 -- Typing in "gpedit.msc" in the run command box You can also disable thumbnail preview using the local group policy editor. For that, open up the Run command and type in "gpedit.msc" to open up the Local Group Policy Editor. To disable preview, you can also access the local group policy editor. For that press windows + R so that the run command box can appear. On the blank field next to the option labeled "Open "type in in "gpedit.msc" Step 8 -- Double clicking the administrative template under User Configurations In the pane towards the left side of the window, double click on "Administrative Template" under User Configuration. After which the " Local Group Policy Editor" window would appear . Multiple options would be stacked in a vertical list on your left window pane. Upon clicking "User Configuration " another set of options would appear .Click on " Administrative templates" on the options list Step 9 -- Accessing windows explorer under windows componenents After which another a list of options would appear, on the list click on the folder option labeled " Windows Components " . After that click on Windows Explorer" on your left window pane. Step 10 -- Turning off the display of thumbnails In the pane towards the right side of the window, double click on "Turn off the display of thumbnails and only display icons". Step 11 -- Enabling the option Once the new window opens up, enable the option and click on "Ok". With that done, windows explorer will disable preview and will only show the icons instead of the thumbnails.
how to access Folder Options  in Windows 7
 
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This video will show you various methods of how to access Folder Options
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How to Open and Change Folder Options in Windows 8
 
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Follow this step by step guide to learn how to open and change folder options in Windows 8. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ What makes windows 8 different from its previous versions is the fact that it is easier to modify options and it has a unique smart phone like user interface. In this tutorial, we are going to show you some basic tools and modification of the interface in windows 8. Follow this step by step guide to learn how to Open and change Folder Options in Windows 8. Step # 1 -- Go to My Computer First of all, move the cursor over and click on the "My Computer" icon which is located at the top left corner of the desktop. Step # 2 -- Open Folder Options Once you have double clicked on the icon, you will be redirected to "My Computer" in a new explorer window. Here, you can see three main tabs located on the top left corner of the screen. One of them is named as "View". Now move over to this tab and click on it to open its advanced options. After the menu comes up for the "View" tab, click on the "Options" button which is available at the end of the list towards the right. Step # 3 -- Adjust the General Settings Once you have clicked on the "Options" button, a settings window will appear right in front of your screen. This is the "Folder Options" window. This basic settings window allows you to add, remove, adjust and restore various options related to the display and to the attributes of windows explorer. In the "General" tab, you can choose whether you want to open each folder in the same window or open each folder in its own window. It also allows you to change the "Click" function from single to double click or vice versa. Here, you can also choose to expand the folders path or view "Favorites" in the navigation pane. The "Restore Defaults" button allows you to revert back all custom changes that you have made and apply windows 8 default settings. Step # 4 -- Change the View Settings In the "Folder Options" window only, go to the "View" tab where you can enable or disable various folder display options. The "Reset Folders" option allows you to reset all the folders. On the other hand, "Apply to Folders" button applies all the current changes to each and every folder. Step # 5 -- Modify the Search Settings In the "Folder Options" window, The "Search" tab allows you to optimize your search results and brings the most relevant items in results. A new feature is added in windows 8 search function that searches through the name and the content of the files as well.
Windows 8 - File Explorer View Options - Windows Explorer Settings
 
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Windows 8 File Explorer (Windows Explorer) View Options Tutorial Show Hidden Files Show Details Sort Files Expand to Open Folder Show All Folders Show Favorites Preview Pane Detail Pane Sort By Group By Check Boxes File Name Extensions Hidden Items Hide Options
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Can't See File Name Extensions in Windows - One Simple Fix
 
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File Name Extensions help us understand types of file. If you can’t See File Name Extensions , then please attempt this simple fix: Go to Control Panel – open ‘Folder Options’ – Click ‘View’ tab – Uncheck the box towards ‘Hide extensions for known file types’ – Click ‘Apply’ and ‘Ok’. We hope this video will help you… Please let us know your experience with this video by commenting below. If you face any problem please feel free to contact us… Please like this video and subscribe our channel for the latest updates… Thanks for watching…!!
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Useful Folder Options for all Windows Versions
 
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★★ Please support me ★★ https://www.paypal.me/TAEngen Here is some useful Folder Options for all Windows Versions ★★ Government and Police Auctions for Cars, Trucks and SUVs ★★ https://bit.ly/2LKusOo Just open "Control Panel" Then click on "Folder Options" Then Select "View" 1) Remove 'Always show icons, never thumbnails' option Then you can see a picture as icon on picture and movie files. 2) Remove 'Hide extensions for known file types' option Then you can change file extension easy. Like set ".bat" and ".ps1" file extension from ".txt" text file. 3) Select'Show hidden files, folders and drives' option Sometimes you need to reach hidden folder or files. Like folder ProgramData. 4) Remove 'Hide protected operating system files' option Sometimes you need to reach System folders and files. Its easy! Music: Destroyer created on CBM64 by me Please visit my site: http://torandersengen.net
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How to hidden and unhidden folder in windows
 
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Follow these steps to display hidden files and folders. Open Folder Options by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance and Personalization, and then clicking Folder Options. Click the View tab. Under Advanced settings, click Show hidden files and folders, and then click OK.
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Windows 10 - File Management Tutorial - How To Organize Files and Folders in File Explorer on a PC
 
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This tutorial covers the basics of how to organize your Windows 10 File Management system using File Explorer. File Explorer is an application built into Windows 10 that allows you to create, rename, edit, organize, delete, and modify files and folders. By mastering the concepts taught in this video, you will no longer have trouble located recently saved files, or remember where you last saved your documents. This tutorial is intended for beginners who want to learn more about the Windows operating system and how to properly manage the filing system. Here is a full list of tutorial videos available on my channel: Windows 10: Perform Basic Mouse Operations Create Folders Explore the Windows 10 Desktop, Taskbar, and Start Menu Select Multiple Files and Folders Download a File From a Website Use File Explorer to Access OneDrive and Upload Student Data Files Capture an Image of the Entire Screen Explore the Control Panel and the Settings App Personalize the Desktop Modify Screen Brightness and Resolution Explore the Control Panel and the Settings App Personalize the Desktop Adjust the Sound Plan the Organization of Files and Folders Word 2016: Create a New Document and Insert Text Insert and Format Graphics Insert and Modify Text Boxes Create a Table Format a Table Present a Word Document Online Create a Research Paper in MLA Format Insert Footnotes in a Research Paper Create Citations and a Bibliography Save a Document Correct Errors as You Type How to Format a Document in APA Format Convert Word Document to a PDF File Microsoft Office Specialist Certification Exam Practice Study Guide APA Format from Default Formatting Table of Contents Tutorial Format Paragraphs Create a Custom Word Template Preview and Print a Document Change Document and Paragraph Layout Excel 2016: Create, Save, and Navigate an Excel Workbook Enter Data in a Worksheet How do you Export Access to Excel and Apply Conditional Formatting Use Flash Fill, SUM, Average, Median, and MAX Functions and Formulas Move Data and Rotate Text Graph Data with a Pie Chart Format a Pie Chart MOS Prep - Basic Certification Exam Practice Study Guide Change Fonts, Font Style, and Font Color The NOW Function Export Excel Spreadsheet to Access Table The VLookup Function The MIN or MINIMUM Function Histogram Charts Use the Sum Button to Sum a Range of Cells Enter Formulas Using the Keyboard Access 2016: Identify Good Database Design Create a Table and Define Fields in a Blank Desktop Database The Primary Key Import Excel Spreadsheet into Access Create a Table in Design View Modify the Structure of a Table Create a Subform MOS Prep - Basic Certification Exam Practice Study Guide Add Existing Fields to a Form PowerPoint 2016: Create a New Presentation Edit a Presentation in Normal View Add Pictures to a Presentation Format Numbered and Bulleted Lists Customize Slide Backgrounds and Themes Animate a Slide Show Apply a Theme Used in Another Presentation Search for and Download an Online Theme Microsoft Office Specialist Exam Certification Print and View a Presentation Outlook 2016 Basic Tutorial YouTube Analytics: 100 Subscribers 200 Subscribers 300 Subscribers 500 Subscribers Computer Fundamentals: Computer Case Types - Dell Inspiron AMD 3656 Printer Ports and Types The Boot Up Process How to Get Your Computer Questions Answered Undo Your Mistakes on Windows 10 or Apple Mac Routers vs. Modems What is the Cloud? Storage as a Service Types of Internet Services on Google Android or Apple iPhone Browsing the Web Why Use the Cloud? Microsoft OneDrive - Creating Uploading Downloading and Syncing Explain the Importance of File Management Troubleshoot Common Computer Problems Job Search Skills: Values, Attitude, and Goals Top 5 Job Search Websites Prepare For Your Interview Negotiating Your Salary Video Requests: Download GMetrix Test Preparation Software Remember, the goal of my channel is for you to learn. You can request a video at any time in the comment section, and I will make the video for you. I will make tutorials and simulations and demos for whatever you'd like to learn in our class. So, I encourage you to make a request. I also YouTube Live Stream once a week to answer your questions! Instructor A Morgan
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Manage - Fix "File does not have a program associated with it" Error
 
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Sometimes Windows users face a strange problem while running games, 3rd party programs or opening files. They get following error message: "This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Please install a program or, if one is already installed, create an association in the Default Programs control panel." It happens when "IsShortcut" string value for LNK filetype is missing in Windows Registry. It might be deleted by a 3rd party tweaking software or by you to remove the shortcut arrow from icons. If you are also facing this problem, follow on of these simple Methods and your problem will be fixed: Method 1: 1. Click on the Download Link below to download the .reg file. https://www.sevenforums.com/attachments/tutorials/367079d1437953608-manage-fix-file-does-not-have-program-associated-fix_manage_error.reg 2. Save the .reg file to the desktop. 3. Right click the downloaded .reg file on the Desktop and click on Merge. 4. Click on Run, Yes (UAC), Yes, and OK when prompted. 5. When done, you can delete the downloaded .reg file if you would like to. Method 2: 1. Open the Start Menu, and type regedit in the search box and press enter. 2. If prompted by UAC, then click on Yes (if administrator) or enter the administrator's password (if standard user). 3. In regedit, navigate to the location below. HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\lnkfile 4. In the right pane of lnkfile (LNKFILE), right click on a empty space and click on New and String Value.(Refer to the Video) 5. Type in IsShortcut for the name and press enter.(Refer to the Video) 6. In regedit, navigate to the location below.(Refer to the Video) 7. In the right pane of command, right click on a (Default) and click on Modify.(Refer to the Video) 8. Type in the data below if it is not already there, and click on OK.(Refer to the Video) %SystemRoot%\system32\CompMgmtLauncher.exe 9. Close regedit. Music: www.bensound.com
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Windows 7/8/10 -  “You Do Not Have Permission To Access” Error Fix
 
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You Do Not Have Permission To Access When you try to open a specified folder or drive, there is an error displayed as " you don't currently have permission to access this folder. Click continue to permanently get access to this folder ". You have been denied permission to access this folder. This tutorial will address this error and how to gain security rights to the folder or drive in question. The error might also appear in the following form: You do not have permission to access \\Server\c. Contact your network administrator to request access. This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).
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How to show hidden files infected by shortcut virus in USB flash pendrive - Unhide virus files
 
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How to unhide and show hidden files affected by shortcut virus in your pendrive or USB flash drive. Command Prompt Method to show hidden files Press windows button + R then typed cmd and After that if your pendirve letter is G then type G: and after that press enter. Now the letter will be like G:// Now to unhide files type -a -s -h /s /d And hit enter That's all you have now successfully unhide those hidden files. A lot of times you use your pendrive on an infected computer and as a result you files got hidden and a shortcut is created in your pendrive and when you clicks on it nothing happens. so this is the shortcut virus and it hides your files. So here is how you can unhide those files infected by shortcut virus in USB flash pendrive. Open folder options or in control panel search bar type folder options. Then click on "File explorer Options" and under the view tab click on " show hidden files and folders". After that scroll down and look for "Hide protected Operating system files( Recommended)" Uncheck that one and hit apply. After that you will see a lot of folders. Now there will be a folder unnamed or may be it have the name of the drive, Just click on that and you will find your missing files. In this way you can easily show hidden files infected by shortcut virus in USB flash pendrive and unhide virus files. There are other few techniques to Unhide these files. You can use Quick heal antivirus that repairs those files for you. Other tips include if you are sure to use your pendrive in a computer that is infected by shortcut virus then Create a folder in that pendrive and put your data into that folder. In this way your files will not hide forever. So here we have learned how to show hidden files infected by shortcut virus in USB FLASH pendrive - unhide virus files. Connect With The Guy's Computer Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/guycompute Twitter : twitter.com/theguyscomputer Google + : http://bit.ly/gplustheguyscomputer Connect with Me Instagram : @ankitroc Facebook : http://bit.ly/ankitroc
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control panel is missing or not woking in windows xp .
 
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This video is helpful to bring back your control panel in windows xp which is affected by virus or disable option performed.
How to Display and Change File Extensions in Windows 7, 8 and 10  🖼️ 📹 📃
 
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👍 Watch how to display and change file extensions in Windows 7, 8 and 10. By default, Windows doesn’t show file extensions. It is not always convenient as sometimes you need to change the extension or just see it. Files with different extensions may have similarly looking icons, and what is more, there are viruses the spreading of which depends on whether file extensions are displayed or not. Follow the link to our channel in the description to watch a video on how to delete a Trojan virus, a keylogger virus or any other kind of virus or malware from your computer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afhEVwsHmgw To display file extensions in Windows 7: • Go to Control Panel • Folder Options • View • Find the item “Hide extensions for known file types” • and uncheck the box next to it. • Apply / OK • After that, all file extensions will be displayed in your computer. This method also works in Windows 8 and 10. But in Control Panel you should choose File Explorer Options (instead of Folder Options). In Windows 8 and 10, you can open File Explorer Options menu from the file manager as well. To do it: • Open any folder • Select File / Change folder and search options • Then uncheck the box next to the item we have already mentioned. Or: • Select View / Options / Change folder and search options • And go on as before In Windows 8 and 10, there is an easier way to choose to display or hide file extensions without using Folder Options menu. To do it: • Open any folder • Go to the tab View • Choose Show/Hide • and check the box next to the item “File name extensions.” • When I check or uncheck the box, you can see file extensions appear and disappear. It’s easy. Now there is no problem to display extensions. Yet sometimes you need to change file extensions. How can you do that? If we are talking about changing extension of a file, with both extensions (the current one and the one you want the file to have) created by one and the same application, this operation can be done with such application. In plain English, it means save it with another extension. For example, • There is a .docx file and we need to change its extension into .rtf • Microsoft Word supports both file extensions. • To change the extension, open the file with Microsoft Word. • Choose File / Save as / Browse • In the menu “Save as type” you can choose the extension to save the file. • Find .rtf on the list • Save • As you can see, now there is the same file but with a different extension. To change file extension manually, or if your computer doesn’t have the application to read or save the file: • Right-click on the file you need and select “Rename” • Or select the file you need and press the key F2. • After that, delete the unnecessary extension manually • and add the extension you want. • After you press Enter, the system will warn you that after changing extension the file may become inaccessible. • Confirm your decision to change extension. • If the file cannot be read after your actions, you can change its extension back in the same way. If, for some reason, you need to change extensions for several files of certain format in one folder at the same time, you can do it with the help of Command Prompt. Find the link to the video about Command Prompt in the description: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-9uRvsMQmk To do it: • Go to the folder containing the files the extensions of which you need to change. • Type “cmd” in the address bar and press Enter. • Type in the command prompt: ren *.docx *.txt (if you want to change *.docx files into *.txt files) • As you can see, extensions of all *.docx files have now become*.txt files. That is all for now. If you liked this video, click the Like button below and subscribe to our channel to see more. Thank you for watching. Good luck. Other videos: #FileExtensions, #ShowExpansion, #HideExpansion, #Windows8, #Windows7, #Windows10. Playlist: Tuning and Adjusting Windows 10: Restore Points, Resetting Passwords, Backup, Defragmentation, Compatibility Mode - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWfvrWYvsWiIIvLGyaCgBbwreA08y_ycT.
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Windows XP Tutorial Folder Options Microsoft Training Lesson 6.7
 
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Learn about folder options in Microsoft Windows at www.teachUcomp.com. Get the complete tutorial FREE at http://www.teachucomp.com/free - the most comprehensive Windows tutorial available. Visit us today!
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Windows XP - Control Panel
 
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http://www.learningcomputer.com In this video, we cover Windows XP Control Panel. Here are some the main topics we discuss: Using Appearance tab, change display settings for start menu, screen saver and resolution, switch between classic window and XP layout, change the folder options. For Network and Internet configuration, review properties of my Wireless network. An important feature in Control Panel is to add and remove programs including window components. Next we discuss the Performance and Maintenance tab. Visit our other sites: http://www.learningcomputer.com http://www.learningsqlserver2008.com http://www.sqlazuretutorials.com http://www.sqlserver2008tutorial.com http://compare-insurance-car.com/compare-car-insurance.html http://www.mycar-insurance.net http://datatechnologyllc.com/search-engine-optimization/Dallas-SEO.html
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Computer Tricks Malayalam - Hide folder on windows
 
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In this Computer Tricks Malayalam i will tell you about hide folder on windows. To hide a folder on Windows, open window and locate the folder you want to hide. Right-click it and select Properties. Enable the Hidden check box on the General pane of the Properties. Click OK and your folder will be hidden. After you go to folder options on control panel and click view. On hidden files and folders click do not show hidden files and folders. The your folder is completely hidden. Thank you for watching this video and don't forget to subscribe. If you subscribe you will get my coming videos very easily. Thank you once again.
Views: 619 Fasal koyilandy
How to Reset the Folder View Settings for All Folders with the Same Folder Template in Windows 7
 
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How to Reset the Folder View Settings for All Folders with the Same Folder Template in Windows 7 How to Reset the Folder View Settings for All Folders with the Same Folder Template in Windows 7 How to Reset the Folder View Settings for All Folders with the Same Folder Template in Windows 7 http://youtu.be/p4LscA7OVZw How to Reset the Folder View Settings for All Folders with the Same Folder Template in Windows 7 Here's How: 1. Navigate to the folder that you want to reset the folder view settings of it and for all folders with the same folder template as it. (See screenshots below) NOTE: For example, I had changed the Icon Size to Medium Icons, and to be Grouped by Names for the C:\Users\Public\Public Pictures\Sample Pictures folder, and would now like to restore it and all other folders that have the Pictures folder template back to their default folder view settings. 2. Open Folder Options from within this folder (step 1) and not through the Control Panel or from another folder. NOTE: You would want to use either OPTION TWO or OPTION THREE at that link. 3. Click on the View tab, then click on the Reset Folders button. (See sceenshot above) NOTE: If the Reset Folders button is grayed out, then please see the WARNING box at the top of the tutorial for why. 4. Click on Yes to confirm. 5. Click on OK. 6. The folder in step 1, and all folders with the same folder template as it, will now be restored back to the default folder view settings. NOTE: This would be for all folders with the Pictures folder template for the example C:\Users\Public\Public Pictures\Sample Pictures folder that I have used in step 1. 7. Repeat these steps if you would like to reset the folder views of another folder with a different folder template, and all folders with the same folder template as it. That's it, Shawn How to Reset the Folder View Settings for All Folders with the Same Folder Template in Windows 7
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How to Change a ZIP file to a IPSW File
 
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Ya so guys this is a quick little video on how to Change a ZIP file into an IPSW. Instructions: 1.Open your start Menu 2.Go to Control Panel 3.Open up Folder Options 4.Go to View 5.Uncheck "Hide Extensions For known File Types" 6.Rename the ZIP file to .ipsw ** If the box, "Hide Extensions For known File Types" is already unchecked, all you gotta do is change the name of the zip file to .ipsw Feel Free to: COMMENT RATE SUBSCRIBE
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control panel 8 Folder Option By Ustad Barekzai
 
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How to Show File Extensions in Windows 7
 
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmV5uZQcAXUW7s4j7rM0POg?sub_confirmation=1 To show or hide file name extensions Open Folder Options by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance and Personalization, and then clicking Folder Options. Click the View tab, and then, under Advanced settings, do one of the following: To show file name extensions, clear the Hide extensions for known file types check box, and then click OK. To hide file name extensions, select the Hide extensions for known file types check box, and then click OK.
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How to Hide/Show Files and Folders in Windows 10 | 2017
 
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Visit my Site https://techistan4u.blogspot.com 1. Navigate to the control panel. In Windows 10 and Windows 8.1, you can get there by hitting Windows + X and selecting Control Panel. In Windows 7, just click the Start button or hit the Windows logo key. 2. Select Large or Small icons from the View by menu if one of them is not already selected. 3. Select File Explorer Options (sometimes called Folder options) 4. Open the View tab. 5. Select Show hidden files, folders and drives. 6. Uncheck Hide protected operating system files. 7. Click Yes when prompted to confirm. 8. Click OK.
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How to view hidden files and folders in Windows 7
 
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This tutorial shows you how to view hidden files and folders in Windows 7. Just follow these steps:- 1. Open 'Control Panel'. 2. Select 'Appearance and Personalization'. 3. Then select 'Folder Options'. 4. When the 'Folder Options' dialog box appears, click on the 'View' tab. 5. Click on the radio button of 'Show hidden files, folders and drivers'. 6. Click OK. All the hidden files and folders will be showed. Visit and follow our blog: http://www.eClicko.wordpress.com Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eClicko Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/eClicko Plus us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/113201504131435597310/113201504131435597310/posts
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How to Change a File Extension
 
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How to Change a File Extension: A filename extension is an identifier specified as a suffix to the name of a computer file. The extension indicates a characteristic of the file contents or its intended use. A file extension is typically delimited from the filename with a full stop (period), but in some systems it is separated with spaces. Some file systems implement filename extensions as a feature of the file system itself, and may limit the length and format of the extension, while others treat filename extensions as part of the filename without special distinction. At first-------------------------- Making File Extensions Visible on Windows Open the Control Panel. ... In the Control Panel, click Appearance and Personalization. ... Click Folder Options. In the Folder Options dialog box, click the View tab. Make file extensions visible. ... Click on Apply, and then click OK. Then Rename the file with the extention .. Thanks you Please share this video if you find any benefit from this video . Subscribe us for more videos....
Windows Quick Tip: Folder Options&Faster file searching
 
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Windows Quick Tip: XP and Vista for Folder options and faster file searching Notes- START-Control Panel- Folder Options- View Tab -automatically search for network printers and folder * UNCHECKED* -SHOW HIDDEN FILES AND FOLDERS hope you enjoyed feedback etc? Email- [email protected] Site- www.techworld.co.nr SHINEYWHITEBOX- GREAT SOFTWARE FOR THE MAC www.shineywhitebox.com ENJOY
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