Opening directories Tags: Windows Explorer Windows 7 Last response: June 17, 2010 6:21 PM in Windows 7 Share number13 a b $ Windows 7 June 7, 2010 4:37:31 PM when I click on a directory in Windows Explorer, it goes to the bottom of the page and all the files are not viewable unless you drag them up, is there any way to make the directory open at the top of the page so I can see the files easily More about : opening directories WalkerA WinTeam June 17, 2010 6:21:48 PM Do you mean in the navigation (folder tree) pane? Unfortunately, there's no way to expand a folder and not have the pane scroll to the bottom by default. Cheers, Walker Windows Outreach Team m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Delay in opening windows directories Forum Slow opening directory Forum SolvedChanging directories (When using new SSD) Forum SolvedHow do I delete Windows and Program Files directories from other HD's in my system? (Not the ones in use) Forum directories, folders, files disappeared Forum SolvedMoving C drive directories and files after re-installing Forum Directories locked (can't be edited) after an executable is ran or "spotted" by Explorer (updated) Forum Finding files inside directory and its sub directories Forum How i can open desktop directory by Run command Forum SolvedPassword protecting directories for Apache (in Debian) Forum SolvedOpening PC repair business, need awesome cellphone Forum Is there a way of keeping WinExplorer directory tree open? Forum c: directory opens on startup Forum Solvedopening screen for qx2710 Forum SolvedIs there a ssh.jar for windows 8 to access Apple A5 Devices SSH.jar not opening? Forum How can I change the Default User and Program Files directories on a fresh install of Windows 8? Forum SolvedHow to stop websites from opening automatically in browser? Forum SolvedImages keep opening in Photoshop CS6. Forum SolvedOpening Task Manager Raises CPU Usage To 100% Forum SolvedProblem with opening steam games and missing executable Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !