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2 Restore Opened Windows Explorer Windows on Reboot [Quick Tip]Do you frequently have the same folders open when using your PC? i.e. your My Documents, My Music, Homework folders etc? If you do, it may be a little tedious to open these folders when you log off and on or restart your computer.

Here’s a quick tip to restore these folders when you restart or log off and on.

Restore Opened Folders (Windows XP)

To restore open folders in Windows XP

1. Open Computer (Winkey+E.)

2. Click Tools > Folder Options…

3. Click the View tab, check Restore previous folder windows at logon, and click OK.

restore folders xp Restore Opened Windows Explorer Windows on Reboot [Quick Tip]

Restore Opened Folders (Windows Vista/7)

To restore open folders in Windows Vista/7

1. Open Computer (Winkey+E.)

2. Press the ALT key and click Tools > Folder Options…

3. Click the View tab, check Restore previous folder windows at logon, and click OK.

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Now when you restart your computer or log off and on, the folders you had open previously will be opened for you.



 Restore Opened Windows Explorer Windows on Reboot [Quick Tip]

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  • Uvais

    cool one Rich


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