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Can one password protect a folder and if so how? 

by on February 16, 2013

Q: Can one password protect a folder and if so how?

 
 

Why does it take up to 2 minutes for the menu to open when I right click on a folder? 

by on January 17, 2011

Q: Why does it sometimes take so long, up to 2 minutes at times, for the “menu” to open up when I right click on a folder, or highlighted photo, etc so I can rename them, or copy them, etc?

 
 

How do you make modifications to the new submenu that comes up when you right click within a folder? 

by on November 23, 2010

Q: I would like to edit the “New” submenu that comes up when I right click within a folder. I know that to do that, I need to edit the registry with a ShellNew entry. I’m trying to add an option to open a New Word 2010 document but do not know the correct subfolder to add to the .docx menu. I know for Word 2007 the folder is “Word.Document.12”. What it is for 2010? I’ve tried “Word.Document.14” but it doesn’t work.
Example:

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT.docx….?]

Right now the folder has:

.docx\\Word.Document.12\\ShellNew

That creates a new 2007 word document. What do I need in the .docx…. space to add a new Word 2010 document?

 
 

Picture Filename Not Showing Below Icon 

by on March 24, 2008

Q: I am helping a friend clean up her picture files on her Windows XP computer and so far it is looking good. We do have an issue though where when we are looking at the folders the names of the folders no longer appear below the folder. If we mouse over the folder we can see the name but that is the only way we can see it. How can we make the names of the folders appear below the folders again?

A: More than likely you are viewing these pictures in the thumbnail view. To fix this select a different view from thumbnail (see directions below on how to change your view). Then press the Shift key while clicking Thumbnails and that should make the file names reappear.

The steps below should assist you in changing the view of a folder in Windows XP:

1. Open the folder containing the files that you want to change the view for.

2. Select View from the toolbar and when that menu expands you will see the options to view that folder such as, thumbnails, tiles, icons, list, and details.

You just need to select another view and it will apply the setting to the files in that folder.