IT Dojo: Tweak Windows Explorer to open in a specific directory [video]

If you’re running Windows XP or Vista and you regularly use Windows Explorer to manipulate files, you might be tired of the way it opens the My Documents by default. In this video, Tech Republic's Bill Detwiler shows you a simple tweak that will make Windows Explorer open in any directory that you choose.

If you’re running Windows XP or Vista and you regularly use Windows Explorer to manipulate files, you might be tired of the way it opens the My Documents by default. In this video, Tech Republic's Bill Detwiler shows you a simple tweak that will make Windows Explorer open in any directory that you choose.

For those of you who prefer text to video, you can also read Mark Kaelin’s article, “How do I … tweak Windows Explorer to open in a directory of my choosing?” on which this video is based.

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