I find Windows Explorer shows a layout with two columns by default. Selecting a folder on the right column does not change the left one, but in order to use conveniently, I want to change the display of the folder structure. So that, the structure in the left column, will be always in sync with the selected folder in the right column. I hope someone can help me.
I find there are something disgusting, such as windows 7 library view is opening whenever I click on a Windows Explorer shortcut in Windows 7. So I want to change the default Windows Explorer page to another start page instead, something that most I will be more comfortable with. But the problem is how to do that.
Have you ever met such a hard job? You have to print a list of files. In another word, you need to print the structure of folders. Fortunately I will introduce a fast and efficient utility to you---- YourDir. With its help, you can print out a list of all the files present on any folder or any number of subfolders.
It’s inconvenient to look at the folder size in Windows. You must right click the folder and choose Properties and sometimes if the folder is very large, you are likely to wait for its analysis. Even worse, when you need to compare two files, you are required to remember the size of both. Is there any handy way? Maybe RidNacs is suitable for you because it can show the folder size quickly and visually.
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