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Windows 7: WIn 7 Version 7137

31 May 2009   #1
smooth1212

win 7
 
 
WIn 7 Version 7137

I just installed win 7 ver 7137. as part of a dual boot hard drive. the other part of the dual boot is win XP. Both run OK independently.

However, on the win seven side I have 3 other win 7 vers that were automatically save as old versions. They are taking up space and I want them deleted. But I cant do it. Can someone give me some advice on how to delete the 3 files?

Also on the latest version (7137) I'm having problem taking control of the win explorer files. I want to view them all like in XP. I.E., i want to view cookies and recent files and everything else......what can I do?


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31 May 2009   #2
myzr7

Windows 7 Ulti. x64
 
 

maybe you need to use this tutorial to Take ownership.After installing, just right click on windows old and choose take ownership, then right click folder and choose delete.
Take Ownership Shortcut
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01 Jun 2009   #3
sid

Windows 7 32bit
 
 

Thanks for the tip very handy !!
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