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Windows 7: Is It Possible to Change The Timeout To Close 2nd Explorer

01 Jul 2011   #11
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1

I have no more ideas. It would seem this Opus explorer you have is causing the problem. It may not be compatible with Windows 7. Windows 7 does many things differently than did XP.

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01 Jul 2011   #12

Ultimate 32 bit

thanks for your reply.
I was forced (also if now I will retain) to look for an independent solution to manage files. Opus has nothing to share with explorer.exe.
It is explorer to create problems, still now when I open views (as control panel) that are still opened in the native window. But, because in the current situation I do not make calls to explorer for control panel, than for quite limited cases, as the notebook went to a production level, the issue is impacting really less than before. Not because was really solved but because was avoided, turning around.

I supposed that Windows 7 makes many things different; the point is that was expected to do that things better, not worst, as explorer is proving.

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