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How To Series: Customize Windows Explorer

For the next week, I’m going to run a series of guides that will help you customize Windows Explorer on your Windows Vista machine.

These guides come from the ‘Windows Vista – Customization Manual’ [Download a copy now]. The customization manual runs over the basics of customizing your Windows Vista machine to make it more personal. This guide is free of charge to all mintywhite.com readers.

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Customizing Windows Explorer Guides

Set Default View for All Folders in Vista Explorer

Set Default View for All Folders in Vista Explorer

Set Shortcuts to Commonly Used Folders in Vista Explorer

Set Shortcuts to Commonly Used Folders in Vista Explorer

Select Multiple Files with Checkboxes in Vista Explorer

Select Multiple Files with Checkboxes in Vista Explorer

Customize Folder Icons in Vista Explorer

Customize Folder Icons in Vista Explorer

Further Start Menu and Desktop Customization Resources

Vista Folder Background



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