Single click, double click

  • Thread starter Rick at Folk U.S.A.
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Rick at Folk U.S.A.

Since I started using Windows 7 a few months ago, I like the feature that you
only have to single click on items pinned to the taskbar. I have numerous
folders set up with programs that are similar, i.e. Graphics, Multimedia, Games,
etc. When I open the folder I have to double click it, and to open, say, a game,
I have to double click it. I was wondering if there's a setting that lets you
assign a sungle click to open folders and programs? Thanks.
 
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Ken Blake

Since I started using Windows 7 a few months ago, I like the feature that you
only have to single click on items pinned to the taskbar. I have numerous
folders set up with programs that are similar, i.e. Graphics, Multimedia, Games,
etc. When I open the folder I have to double click it, and to open, say, a game,
I have to double click it. I was wondering if there's a setting that lets you
assign a sungle click to open folders and programs? Thanks.


Yes. On Windows Explorer/Computer, go to Tools | Folder Options. It's
on the General tab.
 
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Rick at Folk U.S.A.

Yes. On Windows Explorer/Computer, go to Tools | Folder Options. It's
on the General tab.
Beautiful. Works like a charm. Just what I wanted. Thanks!
 
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