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Windows 7: Closing opened folder when physically deleted on desktop

06 Feb 2012   #1

windows 7 32 bit Ultimate
 
 
Closing opened folder when physically deleted on desktop

Hi,

when i have a folder opened that points to a folder present on my desktop,
and i physically delete the folder on the desktop, the folder's window remains
opened & goes back to the desktop folder address.

ex:

C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\New folder
opened on the deskbar & vm

C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\New folder
deleted on the desktop .. .

C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\
appears as a folder on my deskbar

Wanted behavior as in previous windows versions:
C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\New folder
should disappear from the deskbar & vm, too.


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05 Mar 2012   #2

windows 7 32 bit Ultimate
 
 

no answer ? ((
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