Quote: Originally Posted by DjRem
In fact, I just noticed that it is only when we do not change the type of a folder and sub-folders that Windows handles the display depending on the content.
I understand that you could not change the user libraries default view, right?
I would like in my music library, the folders containing other folders have a list view, and folders containing music files have a detailed view, with my column selection.
You could still change the folder view of a library, but all included folders in the library share the same folder view. The included folders in a library cannot have their own separate folder views.