Re: Opening folders in it's own window?
That's good information.
I have a shortcut to WE that is pinned on the Start Menu to open WE with all
drives showing and the Navigation Pane open. (%SystemRoot%\explorer.exe
/e, in the Properties/Target line)
I find that if I open WE with this shortcut, close the Navigation pane and
exit, that the Open/Explore right click options wore properly with a test
folder on the Desktop. The next time I use the start menu shortcut to open
WE, the Navigation Pane is back and the right click options still work
This sticks even through a reboot.
"dean-dean" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Explore and Open will only make sense, it seems, if you close the
> pane in Explorer (on the taskbar, go to Organize > Layout > Navigation
> After, closing the pane, and the folder you used to make the change,
> if you right-click the TEST folder and Open it, it will only show the main
> window. If you Explore TEST, the window will also have the navigation
> "just bob" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> "Finbarr" <Finbarr@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>>I can't get folders to open in their own window. I've been into folder
>>> options and set it for this but with no effect.
>>> I'm using Vista home premium
>>> Anyone got any ideas ?
>> No ideas. But to explain further if I may...
>> If I create a folder on my desktop called TEST, and then right-click and
>> choose Open, the view looks exactly the same as if I right-click and
>> instead chose Explore.
>> I agree: Something is wrong!