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Folder view

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Windows Explorer gives you options for how you want your folder list to look. For example, you can use small icons, or you can have your folders in a list. Which do you prefer? I prefer the list, because small icons make it look like my user folder is unnecessarily large.
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I actually prefer the icon view because it makes it easier to recognize different file types, thumbnails, etc... but that's probably because I have a lot of images to sort through as well. The list view is nice in many cases as well, so it's nice to be able to toggle between the two modes.
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anyone else find it weird that windows still doesn't include tabs as an interface for their file explorer software?

I mean cmon, the early 2,000's called, they want their tiled windows back.
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(June 8th, 2018 at 5:13 PM)SpookyZalost Wrote: anyone else find it weird that windows still doesn't include tabs as an interface for their file explorer software?

I mean cmon, the early 2,000's called, they want their tiled windows back.

I hadn't ever actually thought of that, but it is an interesting thought. I could dig it!
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i go for the icon view. i have replaced most of my pc's default file icons with ones from objectdock library. i have 3000 icons lol
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Detailed/list view for anything but image folders.
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