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ICO MYCOMPUTER 13 256x256x32 Toggle the Navigation Pane with a Button in Windows Explorer [How To]We received a couple of comments to this post asking whether it was possible to have a button to toggle the Navigation Pane in Windows 7’s Explorer.

After some digging around i’ve come up with a solution.

Simply download NavPane Button and follow the ReadMe Instructions inside.

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Comments

  • Bearben20

    Wrong stuff

  • No

    This didn’t work on any of the Windows 7 computers tried, including both 32-bit and 64-bit.

  • Garry

     SetPermsandOwnership.exe flagged as trojan by Comodo. Tried to bypass but got message “Windows cannot access the specified devices path, or file. You may not have the appropriate
    permissions to access the item.”

  • Cory Cullers

    I thought the same thing too. Pay attention folks. It does work. The issue is that it does not show up on the drives page. You know, the first page you see when you click on Computer? It shows up on libraries and regular folders and everything else after that. You just have to click on your C drive first. So if you did like I did and click on your Computer icon and don’t see it, and say to yourself, its not working… Then you have fallen victim to being an idiot like me at first. I have installed this app 3 times in 2 years and thought it never worked. but then I opened my eyes and noticed it does work. Just not on the first page. Silly!


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