Windows XP Home....Explorer view? Tags: Windows Explorer Explorer Windows XP Last response: January 15, 2006 3:16 PM in Windows XP Share polaray January 15, 2006 3:33:54 AM Hi Everyone...is there a registry hack that will make Windows Explorer use two pane folder view instead of single pane view. No matter how many times I click make all folders the same as the current folder view will it stick More about : windows home explorer view khha4113 January 15, 2006 2:38:45 PM I think you meant 'My Computer' since Windows Explorer is two pane windows by default. polaray January 15, 2006 3:16:56 PM Yes you are right...I found the cure.. edit desktop.ini for each folder if want different options. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWPA problems with Windows XP - Unable to view wireless net.. Forum Windows XP not showing View Available Wireless Networks Forum I downloaded windows media player 11 for windows xp but still cannot view videos Forum Zebronics 480K Eagles view webcam drivers for windows xp Forum Why does windows xp explorer keep reverting to tile view each time i boot up Forum How to change default file/folder view on Windows XP Forum View wireless networks windows xp Forum Windows XP - in filmstrip view it keeps jumping back to the beginning of the lis Forum View product keys for windows xp home edition Forum Easiest way to view internet history using windows xp Forum Windows XP Folder view wont stay full screen Forum Windows xp dual view questions Forum How do I view .ppt / .pps files in Windows XP Home Edition? Forum Windows XP defaults to Classic View Forum Folder view in Windows explorer XP Home Forum Windows Explorer XP - View auto reseting to sort by name f.. Forum Windows XP - Can't view hyperlinked photos Forum view-source doesn't work on windows xp sp2 Forum Unable to view Windows XP Updates Forum WPA problems with Windows XP - Unable to view wireless net.. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !