Do you often click on the explorer icon on your taskbar, but you don’t like the fact that it is opening the Windows 7 libraries by default?
If you want to open another folder, you can change the default folder of the Windows Explorer quite easily. Read this.
We previously reported about 3 free disk analyzer for Windows 7 that can be used to find large files in Windows 7 and that can display the folder size after scanning your hard drive. Here’s another free one that can also display the folder size as a pie chart.
Did you notice that there are some folders with a lock icon in Windows 7? The lock icon indicates that you are sharing the folder but the usergroup (e.g. everyone) does not have permissions to access it. The lock icon ALWAYS appears when you’re removing permissions from a usergroup.
If you need to change the folder attributes in Windows 7, you should check out this free tool to apply any folder attributes with only a few clicks.
Do you want to know where the Windows 7 taskbar folder is located? Sometimes it can happen that you can’t remove an icon from the taskbar, then you will have to remove it manually from the taskbar folder.
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