XP forgets folder settings

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by XP fighter, May 24, 2004.

  1. XP fighter

    XP fighter Guest

    Many times XP Pro forgets my folder settings upon reboot. Not
    always, but often enough to be very aggravating. I've set 'Remember
    each folder's view settings', I've tried 'Launch folder windows in a
    separate process' (whatever THAT does). I went into TweakUI and set
    the 'Folders to remember' to 5000 instead of the default 400.

    Anyone got words of wisdom?

    Thanks!
     
    XP fighter, May 24, 2004
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  2. XP fighter

    Unk Guest

    On Mon, 24 May 2004 10:46:39 -0400, XP fighter <> wrote:

    >Many times XP Pro forgets my folder settings upon reboot. Not
    >always, but often enough to be very aggravating. I've set 'Remember
    >each folder's view settings', I've tried 'Launch folder windows in a
    >separate process' (whatever THAT does). I went into TweakUI and set
    >the 'Folders to remember' to 5000 instead of the default 400.
    >
    >Anyone got words of wisdom?
    >
    >Thanks!
    >

    Allow User Settings To Be Saved
    http://www.dougknox.com/xp/scripts_desc/xp_save_settings.htm
     
    Unk, May 25, 2004
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