Re: Setting displayed attributes in Explorer
Good question. I'd like to know too. This has been a real time-soaking
problem for me.
"MikeM" <MikeM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> In XP, I set up the format and columns I wanted to see in a Win Explorer
> used the Tools->FolderOptions to apply the settings to all folders. After
> that, each time I opened Win Explorer, the layout was the same.
> I tried the same procedure in Vista and noticed that the 'Apply to all
> folders' only gets applied to folders of the same type as the one I'm
> viewing. When I open another folder, it may or may not appear as desired
> depending on whether it is the same type as the one I defined.
> Is there any way to make Windows Explorer dumb enough to think of all
> folders that display files and/or directories as the same 'type' so the
> appear the same?
> Alternately, is there a place where the types are listed and the layouts
> saved so I can duplicate the desired layout of all the types?