How to Apply One Folder’s View To all the Folders

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In Windows Xp we get six different Folder views Thumbnails, Tiles, Icons, List, Details, Filmstrip. Each time when we open different type of Folder for example we opened a folder containing pictures we see the view set to Filmstrip or so. If you want to set it in tile view you have to select form the view option. Doing this for each and every folder is really time consuming.

Setting a particular Folders view setting to all the Folders will be the easy way.To do this just go to My Documents Folder and select the type of view you want too have in all the Folders from the view options after doing that. From the menubar select tools> Folder Options and select the ‘View’ tab from it. Now click on ” Apply to All Folders ” Options and select apply and then OK.Thats it from now on you can get a common view setting in all the Folders.

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