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Windows 7: Blue-highlighted folders &/or files can inherit next action

12 Feb 2016   #1

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
Blue-highlighted folders &/or files can inherit next action

Blue-highlighted folders &/or files can inherit next action.
Concerning deleting files accidentally, within Win 7 for sure, I've noticed right after copying or moving, the target folder's new contents, and sometimes even copied or moved folders, often are "blue-highlighted," and if I do not "remove" [click once anywhere in white space] the highlighting, the very next explorer.exe action may include those blue-highlighted aforementioned folders and/or files.

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12 Feb 2016   #2

W7 Pro SP1 64bit

Yep, that is the way it is :-(
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 Blue-highlighted folders &/or files can inherit next action

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