Re: Vista default tree?
Search the net for Vista and Junctions and you may find some answers.
If you can't annoy somebody, there is little point in posting.
"Hogarth" <u33401@uwe> wrote in message news:70cf3a653ad24@uwe...
> I'm trying to find out what the file tree would contain and how it is
> arranged, if I had installed Vista Home Premium on my new machine and
> done anything else. If you wonder why I'd like to know, here is the why.
> Over the years I've been using computers, from DOS on to Vista, the
> architects of each OS had slightly different ways of thinking about paths
> branches and all that. And so, as I transferred files from one to
> remnants of the various philosophies still come along.
> From time to time I made adjustments if their way of thinking didn't suit
> Anyway, I got a new computer with Vista Home Premium, and I wanted to have
> useful as soon as possible, so I made a file transfer from my XP machine.
> Perhaps I shouldn't have, but let's not go into that now.
> I won't go into too much boring items, but for instance I now find two
> folders named Downloads, one Download, one My Downloads and a couple of
> others. And each was connected with a different idea of how things should
> I find myself strangely interested in what I can figure out of Vista's
> of connection and searching and juxtapositions - the first time in memory
> that I can say that about anything Microsoft. But I can't see the tree
> the forest of tangled connections.
> So my question.
> If you printed out the tree of a newly minted Vista equipped machine, what
> would it look like?
> thank you