Re: Windows Explorer -- How to Find ALL folders???
Thanks Dave, but No Go.
Per your instructions, I've ticked all possible system file viewing,
protected files, etc., and I still can't see all the folders that I know
exist. Again, in my case, I can't get beyond C:\users\username\..... There
are MANY folders beyond this point, as you know, but I just can't see them
in Win Explorer. Note: my system works perfectly otherwise -- no "problems"
of any kind.
"Dave" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Open Windows Explorer.
> click on Organize - Folder & search options
> (.) show hidden files and folders
> "EW" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> news:firstname.lastname@example.org reenews.net...
>> For starters, pardon the dumbbell question.
>> OK, how can I find and view all folders on my C: drive using Vista's
>> Windows Explorer? I've already checked the box to view system folders,
>> but that didn't help. I am trying to find ALL the folders under
>> C:\users\myname\apps\........ etc. I can't see anything past the
>> "myname" folder, although I know it (and many other sub-folders) are
>> This should be easy, but how! Thanks.
>> Basically, I'd like to see a Windows Explorer tree like that in XP (ah,
>> those were the days!)