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Windows explorer views.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Leetemp, Nov 7, 2007.

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  1. Leetemp

    Leetemp Thread Starter

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    Anyone know how to permanently disable/remove the explorer bar pane in windows XP explorer. I have been searching for 2 hours and can not find a answer. If i press the x it goes but next time i open a window it is back thanks Lee
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  2. Frank4d

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    At the top click View > Explorer Bar, and uncheck everything in the drop down list.
     
  3. Leetemp

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    I tried that it go's but next time i open the window it is back and i have to do it again i just want it to stay disabled. Is there a reg key that controls it?
     
  4. devil_himself

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    My Computer > Tools > Folder Options > Select "Use Windows Classic Folders"
     
  5. devil_himself

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    Registry Settings

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced

    On the Right Pane .. REG_DWORD Value "WebView" to "0" without quotes
     
  6. Leetemp

    Leetemp Thread Starter

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    Thanks that did it :)
     
  7. devil_himself

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    Glad to Help

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