|18 Jul 2011||#1|
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"Remember each folder's settings of view."
I just got my new computer with Win 7 64bit and while looking at the folder settings I couldn't find the nifty feature that used to be called "Remember each folder's settings of view." in Vista. Does it no longer exist? Is there a way to have this function? It would be a bit of a bummer if not. It's not very convienent to have all the windows open on top of each other. All help greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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