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How to revises WIN/EXPLORER

Discussion in 'Laptops' started by Joseph Fenn, Nov 3, 2006.

  1. Joseph Fenn

    Joseph Fenn Guest

    I have winxp/pro but dont like that windows explorer display
    In WINXP/PRO how can I set my "windows explorer" to look something
    like the older windows explorer. Not "my music" "my docs" etc. I think
    theirs a way to do it thru the "run" cmd but forget the syntax to use.
    I wanna see a left panel of all my drives so I can click on them
    and have them displayed in the right column. Something like win95
    did automatically. Any help appreciated.
    Joe


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    Joseph Fenn, Nov 3, 2006
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