i almost listed my question / problem under drumtrucker 's post , because something drives me nuts too , but upon reading the feedback he got , my problem is not the same
Quote: Originally Posted by drumtrucker
Drives me nuts that Folder windows do not (have option) to remember their size and position. Or am I just stupid?
And which forum would this be under?
Oh ! Before i forget, Thanks for all the help regarding my taskbar, i 'm starting to love Windows 7 Here's what drives me nuts
Every time i create a new folder or move a folder or rename a folder i get this problem. Windows changes my settings and gives me those giant icons . it drives me nuts.
in order to fix this ; i have to right click the folder's background, left clic on view
and select "Details" once this is done , i have to move the "Size" colum next to the "Name" colum ...... and i have to do that for every folder i create , move or rename.
i have main folders exceeding 1TB , and it takes a lot of time to go through every sub-folders and reset them all to my preference because i changed 1 letter in the folder's name.
But here's the worst, . . . Windows behaves beautifully with some folders and sub-folders ( no problem there) but Windows behaves like a brat towards other folders their sub-folders............ mostly folders containing videoes i think ... not sure yet ........ am i stupid ?? or am i missing something fondamental about default behaviours ??
Seeing how customizable Windows was toward my taskbar, i 'm sure Windows default with the giant icons could be changed so that every new folder and/or renamed folder and/or folder that just been moved would open showing in details with the size next to the name. What i like about Windows 7
i love the snipping tool
i love the firewall in Windows 7 has because it does pester me every other minute with a request for aproval, it seems to be able to work on its own , it's friendlyer than my old one, and i'm told it's a very good firewall
Internet Explorer 8 has nice features as well , and it seen a lot faster too
and finding the right window for tuning my mic level was much easier than previous Win2k or XP
i just entered "mic setting" in search above Start and presto , i was there