Also forgot to mention you may have to log out / log back in for theZaphod Beeblebrox said:Try this registry setting on for size: InJ. P. Gilliver (John) said:Thanks; I already had Classic Shell, I just didn't realise it had"Dave \"Crash\" Dummy" said:J. P. Gilliver (John) wrote:
Is there any way of getting the folder tree a la XP or 9x on the
of a Windows Explorer window (with the [+], [-] etc.)?
I don't know if SC Tom's tip gives you what you want, but I use
Classic Shell to reproduce the classic Start menu and Explorer
the option to show [+], [-], and the like.
(Now, you don't know a way to make the left pane follow what the
right pane's doing, do you?)
set "NavPaneExpandToCurrentFolder" to DWord value of 1 (you may have
to create the key, I can't recall if it exists by default). It is a
per-user setting so you'll need to do it for each user - although,
it might work if you made the change in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, some of
the per-user settings can be done that way, I haven't tried with
Or if you like, you can copy the following three lines into a file,
save it as somefilename.reg, then double click it to merge:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
I use that registry tweak on systems I configure, I don't know if
there is a GUI method to do the same thing or not.
change to take effect - many of the Explorer settings are only read
from the registry when you log in if they are not made though the GUI.