Re: explore opening question
OK...I think I understand now. I do the same thing. Try this:
Put a shortcut to Windows Explorer in the Quick Launch bar (or
Right-click on the newly created Windows Explorer shortcut and choose
In the Target window under the Shortcut tab add the following after
"explorer.exe": /e, d:\your_desired_folder
Change the "d:" to whatever drive letter your desired folder is on and
substitute "your_desired_folder" for the name of the folder you want to open
"Henry Krautter" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi, I only use the C drive as a boot drive. All the stuff I would want to
> see is on other drives. The first thing I have to do when I open explorer
> click on the icon next to the C drive so I don't see the files, then I go
> open one of the other drives that I want to see. It's annoying and it
> be nice if I didn't have to do that.
> "Tim" <tim_at_overthere.com> wrote in message
>> Yes...don't open Explorer on your C drive.
>> But seriously, I'm not understanding what your problem is. Do you have a
>> second hard drive that you would like to see by default when you open
>> Explorer? If you don't want to see the folders on drive C, what would you
>> rather see? A more detailed explanation or question would help.
>> "Henry Krautter" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> Hi, When I open explore for my computer the C drive displays all the
>>> folders. The C drive is only my boot drive. Is there a way to stop this?