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Windows 10 is easy to use and customize, but it becomes annoying when your folder display settings change automatically. Usually, we adjust our folder display settings according to our own preferences such as grid/list, large/medium/small icons, etc. Fortunately, there is a solution to this problem.
Windows 10/8/7 often forgets folder display settings, and this is the case when you need to reset settings that include sort order or files, display mode, grouping, etc. In all versions of Windows, you can customize and reset your folders. You can do this via File Explorer or via the Windows registry. This article shows us how to reset your folders in Windows 10 PC.
Reset folder display in Windows 10
Via File Explorer Options
You can change folder display settings both via File Explorer and the Windows registry. The Windows 10/8 File Explorer option is easier to use.
Press Win+E to open the File Explorer and click File in the top menu bar.
Select Edit folder and search options.
The window below opens.
Go to the View tab and click Reset Folders, if you want to reset all folders of this type to their default settings.
You can also manually adjust the folder settings by selecting or clearing the check boxes under ‘Advanced Settings’.
Under the ‘General’ tab, you can customize settings such as ‘Open each folder in the same or a different window’ or ‘One or two clicks to open a window’.
Select the options, click Apply and you are done.
For folder settings in Windows 7, go to the toolbar > Organize and select Folders and search options
Use Windows registry
Open registry editor by typing Regedit.exe
Navigate to the next button-
Delete Bags and BagMRU Subkey
You must restart the Explorer shell for the changes to take effect.
- Windows forgets folder display settings
- To set a default folder view for all folders.