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WinSetView v2.66
WinSetView v2.66 Globally Set Explorer Folder Views Compatible with Windows 7, 8, 10, and 11. Summary WinSetView provides an easy way to set Windows File Explorer default folder views. For example, if you want Details view, with a particular selection of column headings enabled across all folders, then WinSetView will do that for you. How to Download and Run Quick Instructions: Download the zip file using the link above. Extract the entire zip file. Run WinSetView.hta. At the UAC prompt, uncheck Always ask and then click Run. For detailed instructions, please see: Download Help Guide How to Use Simple step by step instructions follow. Note: Nothing in Windows is changed, and no settings are saved, until the Submit button is pressed. Feel free to experiment with the WinSetView interface and just X out and restart the app to get back to where you started. For complete details, please see the manual. Step 1: Select Your Interface Language (Optional) WinSetView should open in the same language to which you have Windows set. If not, select the correct language from the drop down menu. Step 2: Select Your Preferred Global Default View Select the default view you want applied to most (or all) folders from the drop down menu under the Global heading. Most users go with Details, but pick what you like as your default. Note: If you choose one of the icons options, a number will appear next to the drop down menu indicating the icon size. You can manually type in a custom size, such as 72, which would give you icons half-way between medium and large. Step 3: Select Your Preferred Default Column Headings (Optional) If you are happy with the default Details-view column headings (as shown on screen) then skip this step. Otherwise, click the Columns button to bring up the column headings ...
5/5 3,075 Mar 28, 2023
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