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Pump Up Explorer View

We must admit that the folder view can pump up Explorer and do more advance options more than you can ever dream of. Ready to go? First, we must make sure we have a full view of everything. Go to the View, Folder Options menu. Click on the View tab. Make sure you have the Show all files option on. Next check Show me file attributes in Detail View. Apply these settings. Next, display this URL bar and status bar. Our advice is turn off the as Web Page view to speed things up a bit. Now, go o Detail view for optimum solution. Resize the panes to have a reasonable view. Great stuffs! You Explorer is now pumped up and ready to go for more intense work.

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