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Discussion in 'Software' started by greenbrucelee, Jan 5, 2008.

  1. greenbrucelee
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    Is there a way to keep windows explorer permanently enabled so when I click on my computer everything is displayed in the explorer window?
     
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  2. Node

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    I dont think thats possible.
     
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  3. ManicMonkey

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    Start button + E? that will bring up the explorer window...
     
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  4. greenbrucelee
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    Cheers guys, so no way of having explorer there on boot up.
     
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  5. Node

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    I think he means having it enabled all the time so w/e he clicks on a folder windows explorer appears!
     
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    no problems. not sure if it will work with opening my computer, but i think it will.
     
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    yes it does, I never knew that was possible cheers. :cheers
     
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    thanks for that. you learn something new every day.
     

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