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Windows XP Windows Explorer Folders View   Windows XP Windows Explorer Default View
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BAYCIP FOR SALE, From the launch of Windows XP in October of 2001 until two days ago I have been frustrated by the fact that, unlike every version of Windows, Windows Explorer could not be set to open in 'folders view' (pictured on the left above) by default. Instead the default view has been the wholly useless and very frustrating 'common tasks view' pictured on the right above, buy BAYCIP from canada. Order BAYCIP from United States pharmacy, Fortunately Windows Explorer in Vista doesn't saddle the user with the same issue.

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With Windows Explorer open in the toolbar:

  • left click 'Tools'
  • left click 'Folder Options...'

to open the 'Folders Options' windows depicted below.

Windows XP Folder Options Window

In the 'Folders Options' window:

  • left click on the 'File Types' tab
  • left click on the '(NONE) Folder' file type
  • left click on the 'Advanced' button

all as pictured above, to open the 'Edit File Type' window depicted below.

Windows XP Edit Folder File Type 

In the 'Edit File Type' window:

  • left click the 'open' action to select it
  • left click the 'Set Default' button
  • left click the 'OK' button

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Windows XP Windows Explorer Folders View   Windows XP Windows Explorer Default View
(click images for larger views)

BAYCIP FOR SALE, From the launch of Windows XP in October of 2001 until two days ago I have been frustrated by the fact that, unlike every version of Windows, Windows Explorer could not be set to open in 'folders view' (pictured on the left above) by default. Instead the default view has been the wholly useless and very frustrating 'common tasks view' pictured on the right above, buy BAYCIP from canada. Order BAYCIP from United States pharmacy, Fortunately Windows Explorer in Vista doesn't saddle the user with the same issue.

I must have clicked on the "Folders" button (circled in red in the right picture above) many thousands of times over the last 7.5 years to get Windows Explorer to show me the directory tree in 'folders view' (the left pain in the left picture above). I had searched for a solution to this at least a dozen times in the intervening years, BAYCIP interactions. Order BAYCIP no prescription, I finally found an easy solution.

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With Windows Explorer open in the toolbar:

  • left click 'Tools'
  • left click 'Folder Options...'

to open the 'Folders Options' windows depicted below.

Windows XP Folder Options Window

In the 'Folders Options' window:

  • left click on the 'File Types' tab
  • left click on the '(NONE) Folder' file type
  • left click on the 'Advanced' button

all as pictured above, to open the 'Edit File Type' window depicted below.

Windows XP Edit Folder File Type 

In the 'Edit File Type' window:

  • left click the 'open' action to select it
  • left click the 'Set Default' button
  • left click the 'OK' button

Voila, BAYCIP online cod. Order BAYCIP from mexican pharmacy, From now on, Windows Explorer will open in 'Folder View'.

[Update: As others have pointed out in the comments below, buy no prescription BAYCIP online, Comprar en línea BAYCIP, comprar BAYCIP baratos, selecting "explore" rather than "open" solves the problem for them.  One or the other should work.]

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  • http://9-11isstillaninsidejob.ning.com/ Truth

    Great post!

    I remember using an XP tweaker program some years back that had an option for this but I really hate using those programs as there is often a costly learning curve associated with discovering how these tweaks effect your system in often irreversible manners and in ways that can be very damaging to the functionality.

    Regarding the curiosity of why for some people the default should be “open’ and for others “explore” I will submit my O.S. details so that maybe we can figure it out.

    I am running a modified version of XP Pro known as BlackXPDVD405FINAL. It is not perfect but it is better than any other O.S. I have ever used including many varieties of Linux, Mac OSX, and all the windows except for 7. The installation is awesome because this version has a ton of extra drivers most importantly SATA drivers and it is automated.
    From explorer clicking on “help” and then “about windows” you get:
    Microsoft Windows XP Pro Ver. 5.1 build 2600.xpsp_sp2_qfe.090206-1239 : Service Pack 2

    And what works on this one is “explore” set as default.

  • http://9-11isstillaninsidejob.ning.com/ Truth

    Great post!

    I remember using an XP tweaker program some years back that had an option for this but I really hate using those programs as there is often a costly learning curve associated with discovering how these tweaks effect your system in often irreversible manners and in ways that can be very damaging to the functionality.

    Regarding the curiosity of why for some people the default should be “open’ and for others “explore” I will submit my O.S. details so that maybe we can figure it out.

    I am running a modified version of XP Pro known as BlackXPDVD405FINAL. It is not perfect but it is better than any other O.S. I have ever used including many varieties of Linux, Mac OSX, and all the windows except for 7. The installation is awesome because this version has a ton of extra drivers most importantly SATA drivers and it is automated.
    From explorer clicking on “help” and then “about windows” you get:
    Microsoft Windows XP Pro Ver. 5.1 build 2600.xpsp_sp2_qfe.090206-1239 : Service Pack 2

    And what works on this one is “explore” set as default.

  • http://9-11isstillaninsidejob.ning.com/ Truth

    Great post!

    I remember using an XP tweaker program some years back that had an option for this but I really hate using those programs as there is often a costly learning curve associated with discovering how these tweaks effect your system in often irreversible manners and in ways that can be very damaging to the functionality.

    Regarding the curiosity of why for some people the default should be “open’ and for others “explore” I will submit my O.S. details so that maybe we can figure it out.

    I am running a modified version of XP Pro known as BlackXPDVD405FINAL. It is not perfect but it is better than any other O.S. I have ever used including many varieties of Linux, Mac OSX, and all the windows except for 7. The installation is awesome because this version has a ton of extra drivers most importantly SATA drivers and it is automated.
    From explorer clicking on “help” and then “about windows” you get:
    Microsoft Windows XP Pro Ver. 5.1 build 2600.xpsp_sp2_qfe.090206-1239 : Service Pack 2

    And what works on this one is “explore” set as default.

  • http://9-11isstillaninsidejob.ning.com/ Truth

    Great post!

    I remember using an XP tweaker program some years back that had an option for this but I really hate using those programs as there is often a costly learning curve associated with discovering how these tweaks effect your system in often irreversible manners and in ways that can be very damaging to the functionality.

    Regarding the curiosity of why for some people the default should be “open’ and for others “explore” I will submit my O.S. details so that maybe we can figure it out.

    I am running a modified version of XP Pro known as BlackXPDVD405FINAL. It is not perfect but it is better than any other O.S. I have ever used including many varieties of Linux, Mac OSX, and all the windows except for 7. The installation is awesome because this version has a ton of extra drivers most importantly SATA drivers and it is automated.
    From explorer clicking on “help” and then “about windows” you get:
    Microsoft Windows XP Pro Ver. 5.1 build 2600.xpsp_sp2_qfe.090206-1239 : Service Pack 2

    And what works on this one is “explore” set as default.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dale-Dietrich/776450619 Dale Dietrich

    Good idea Truth:

    If others want to chime in with their O.S. specs that could be useful. I've long since moved past XP to Vista and now to Windows 7, so I have nothing more to contribute personally.

    What bugs me is that in Windows 7 the default view is the damned, useless library. However, there are other useful features in Windows 7 like pinning directories to the Windows Explorer icon so I rarely go in to the default directory any more.

    …Dale

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dale-Dietrich/776450619 Dale Dietrich

    Good idea Truth:

    If others want to chime in with their O.S. specs that could be useful. I've long since moved past XP to Vista and now to Windows 7, so I have nothing more to contribute personally.

    What bugs me is that in Windows 7 the default view is the damned, useless library. However, there are other useful features in Windows 7 like pinning directories to the Windows Explorer icon so I rarely go in to the default directory any more.

    …Dale

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dale-Dietrich/776450619 Dale Dietrich

    Good idea Truth:

    If others want to chime in with their O.S. specs that could be useful. I've long since moved past XP to Vista and now to Windows 7, so I have nothing more to contribute personally.

    What bugs me is that in Windows 7 the default view is the damned, useless library. However, there are other useful features in Windows 7 like pinning directories to the Windows Explorer icon so I rarely go in to the default directory any more.

    …Dale

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dale-Dietrich/776450619 Dale Dietrich

    Good idea Truth:

    If others want to chime in with their O.S. specs that could be useful. I've long since moved past XP to Vista and now to Windows 7, so I have nothing more to contribute personally.

    What bugs me is that in Windows 7 the default view is the damned, useless library. However, there are other useful features in Windows 7 like pinning directories to the Windows Explorer icon so I rarely go in to the default directory any more.

    …Dale

  • Gord

    Dale,
    Just a note to say Thank you! Easy simple solution, no command line stuff. KISS.
    Gord

  • JR

    THANK YOU!!!
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  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Your my kind of reader! :)

  • http://www.kennyredman.com/ Kenny

    Thanks Dale (and Ricardo)!

    After years of thinking, “Why do I keep pressing the Folders button?” I decided to look for a solution. Perfect.

  • Stephen

    Thank you so much Steve. I was looking all around for a way to open the folders as normal again. I have an win explorer shortcut in the quick launch toolbar and use it all the time [a shout out also to Lisa L for that superb link on how to target the opening folder!]. Sometimes, however i don't need the exporer view when i click on a folder and was horrified to see new windows popping up when i changed the default back to (or so i thought) open. Deleting the data from the default reg key did the trick.
    You saved me a lot of grief – I'd buy you a beer if i could ^^

  • John

    Finally, after years of frustration with the default uselessness of Explorer and more years wasted on searches trying to find an answer, there is a solution. Someone at MS must have known about this. Apparently MS is so disconnected from what we want and use that they never noticed. In any case, thank you, Dale.

  • Tracy Hall

    Thank you! I finally found the right search terms (“folders view” shortcut options) that led me to your solution.

  • Chrtisopher Harker

    Absolutely Brilliant!! Such an improvement. Thanks so much

  • http://www.dandy.nl/ hans

    Dale,

    Your my hero :-)

    I had exaclty the opposite problem, windows kept popping up when I disabled the FOLDERS button so I was forced to turn of the “FOLDERS” button and close the previous window.

    Thanks for your article.

    I have been searching for quite some time until I found your solution.

  • Kristy

    Good Grief.. Thank you so much for that. I had the opposite problem.. I hate the folder view and I couldn't make it stop defaulting; even after I kept unchecking it in the Explorer Bar setting.. This fix worked for me. Explore was set as default and so I set open to default and now I have back my beloved “Common Task View” LOL.. It worked and I'm thrilled , but there must be a registry fix too?? Now I can sleep!!

  • Francine

    You are a Rock Star! I also have hit the 'folders' button a million times. This worked perfectly. I love you forever!
    Francine
    Chicago IL

  • Rick

    Thanks much. One of the things I HATE about windows is that they do not seem to like you to customize the product. For instance favorites in the file dialog box. I really like being able to choose my own.
    Once again thanks for the help. Explorer worked for me!
    Rick

  • Francine

    You are a Rock Star! I also have hit the ‘folders’ button a million times. This worked perfectly. I love you forever!rnFrancine rnChicago IL

  • Rick

    Thanks much. One of the things I HATE about windows is that they do not seem to like you to customize the product. For instance favorites in the file dialog box. I really like being able to choose my own.rnOnce again thanks for the help. Explorer worked for me!rnRick

  • Jack Kwok

    Thank you Dale! This comes in handy 3 years later!! Thanks.

    • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

      Cool, but what the heck are you doing still using XP :) !!!

  • Anonymous

    Very cool indeed.u00a0 Thanks a million.u00a0 What I found when I set open to default it would work fine when opening Explorer on it’s own.u00a0 However, it would not work for shortcuts.u00a0 When I set the default to Explore… viola… works great.u00a0 Thanks again for this post!!!!