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Windows 7: Details Pane - Turn On or Off

05 Feb 2016   #10

Win 7 x64

the sadness .... and the horror (( but still ... thank you so much for your input! :)

edit: sorry ... didn't see u edited your post :)

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05 Feb 2016   #11

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

No problem.
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 Details Pane - Turn On or Off

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