Friday, November 20, 2009

How To Change The Default Location Of Windows Explorer ?

Usually, if you press Win+E keys, the system will open a Windows Explorer by default that contains My Documents folder and logged User name folder. If you want to open a different folder when you hit Windows + E keys, it is not as tough as lifting Weight Lift.

Just follow these simple steps.
•    Click on Start then go to Programs, then Accessories and then Windows Explorer.
•    Right Click on the Windows Explorer folder and choose Properties.





•    In the properties dialog box, you will have to make a few changes. In the “Target” field box you can have %SystemRoot%\explorer.exe by default.
•    Here just change it to  %SystemRoot%\explorer.exe /n, /e, C:\



•    If you do this, the location will be changed to C Drive.
•    Instead, you can use different locations like D:\ E:\
•    Then click on Apply and then click on OK.


•    Now go to Start then go to Programs, then Accessories and then Windows Explorer or press Windows + E keys and see a different folder.

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