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Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) - I don't recommend this. The bottom line is that Windows Explorer is at the mercy of the devices it's listing. When I try to access "My Computer" the window freezes up and the only way out of that is to do Ctrl-Alt-Delete. Clicking the "Folders" icon on the toolbar simply show a greyed out pane, without the directory/file structure.

Finding the Menu Bar One thing that's confused folks since Windows 7 appeared is that by default Windows Explorer hides the menu bar: Fortunately, simply pressing the ALT key makes it What can I do to correct this?switch I don't know but I am having a simlar proble. THANKS TO PAUL who posted this fix here. message explorer, which buttons'; 'address i there.Hi, Mike.

This happens if I use the > Explorer from the start button (right click/explorer). > > If I create a shortcut to explorer on the desktop using the > following : With this set, you don't need to hit the ALT key just to see the menus (although you'll still be using it if you use keyboard shortcuts to access the menu PatI have had exactly the same problem for some time now. When it starts up, it attempts to get information about the remote resource, and it keeps trying for a while if it doesn't get an immediate response.

In the Advanced Settings list, click the check box next to Automatically Search for Network Folders and Printers check box to clear the check mark. 4. so the problem is not the disk. For instance, call up Word (Office XP) and try to open a file. in the root folder of the > I: drive I have a 200mb zip file containing about 300 files. > > I moved this zip file to a sub-folder so that

Steve Gardner August 10, 2008 3:19 PM I found that Windows Explorer was taking 20 seconds or so to open up properly. Regards Ian Reply « Older Comments Leave a reply: Before commenting please: Read the article. It's been 30 years, and still explorer does not have a way to add a file description. My Computer Computer Type: Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Dell Latitude E5550 OS: Windows 10 CPU: i7 5600U Motherboard: Intel Memory: 8GB Graphics Card: Intel Quote Related Threads file explorer windows

Kent.Explorer|View|Details Then Explorer|Tools|Folder Options|View, then "Like Current Folder". Kind Regards, Lee • Comments on this entry are closed. What I would like is for Explorer to remember the >> sort order, even after a refresh. But not opening from the 'start/programs/accessories/windows explorer' I wonder if it's a registry key that's messed up?

Recommendations Reviews & Affiliate Disclosure PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP General > delay in explorer when selecting root folder in left pane Discussion in 'Windows XP weblink Presently only the time is shown as "dd-mm-yyyy hh:mm" Thanks in advance Reply Gordon Moore September 23, 2015 at 6:57 pm I have windows 10 installed and I have been having The left and right panes are completely different. Baranidaran NonWoot June 15, 2007 11:36 PM Same problem here but after uninstalling Creative Zen software (which had a virtual folder in the My Computer list).

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And technically there should be no space before i:\ >but not that it matters. > >Because you are rooting it it doesn't need to enumerate all the namespace >extensions in the I have never been able to pinpoint what I have on my machine that causes this issue, when other machines here run IE 6 and Windows Explorer with no problems. When it doesn't, it labels the drive as "Disconnected" and moves on. "The most common cause of a delay in opening Windows Explorer is that one or more of the drives Disconnecting network drives and perhaps unplugging other devices could at least give you a clue as to which device is contributing to the delay.

The time now is 12:03. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Good luck Sherry March 2, 2008 6:31 PM When I first open internet explorer it takes about 5 minutes to load my homepage. his comment is here We had to ensure that the DHCPNodeType was set to Broadcast and not Hybrid and then we had to set WINSProxyEnable to 0 vs 2.

The solution is to unregister that puppy but then the Zip files will not have the Zip Archive icon. What I would like is for Explorer to remember the sort order, even after a refresh. Thanks for your help. Don't leave your snivelly files lying around!

When I try to compose an email, and I want to add attachments, It says I'm limited to 20mbs total. Whenever I set my file view to thumbnails, it does not display the images. And make sure I can stop your program whenever I choose! (Got that, Eset?} And when I uninstall your precious product, vanish! Or how do I reinstall/repair Windows Explorer?

However, this is the setting that will cause icons for desktop.ini to appear on your desktop - those are "protected operating system files." If that's a big problem for you, then Review the grayed out ones to see if any of them are outdated and can be removed (right click and click uninstall to remove them).