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Windows 7: Navigation Pane Customization - Hide Favorites etc. . .

20 Jul 2009   #11
system001

Windows 7 RC Build 7100 x86 / Windows Vista SP2
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by c0l0jar0 View Post
I have been having problems with the navigation pane. First of all I can't hide favorites or even organize it or put it below computer.

In this day and age every menu for any software can be organized but navigation pane cant?

I want to remove favorites and to move computer to the top.

Also, every time I click a folder, computer moves down again. What is with that?

Also, I would like to be able to single click in the navigation pane like in XP. Why do I have to double click in that pane? Doesn't it defeat the purpose of the navigation pane? I could just double click in the main window area.

Thanks
for get customizing the navigation pane i want to get rid of it in certain folders with out it becoming universal across all folder. microsoft should have left the option for classic folders in the os.


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06 Dec 2009   #12
Raargh

Windows 7 Pro x64 (dual-booting XPSP3 and Win7)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by c0l0jar0 View Post
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Also, every time I click a folder, computer moves down again. What is with that?

Thanks
I too HATE this behavior! it is DriVing mENuutzzz ... whirrr click ...

I just want my old XP-style Explorer back! I've spent hours trying other Explorer replacemenst; none are satisfying, and the new win7 explorer is horribly broken! Annoying Favorites, Desktop is always there, no "up one level" button - why oh why can't I just look at the files on my disks? is this asking too much? <sob>

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