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OldNewExplorer 1.1.8

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Hello guys,

I currently have the latest version on Windows 10 but something might be conflicting because every time that I restart, everything comes back to how it was, when I open the software the changes are there but if I click on any option it doesn't do any changes at all.

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On 12/1/2016 at 4:00 PM, Madheisen said:

Hello guys,

I currently have the latest version on Windows 10 but something might be conflicting because every time that I restart, everything comes back to how it was, when I open the software the changes are there but if I click on any option it doesn't do any changes at all.

Could you please state what build you are using from the Windows Version window.  Type winver in the run dialog, and press OK.  Also, please state what changes you do.  The more specific you are the better we can help.

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On 12/1/2016 at 1:00 PM, Madheisen said:

Hello guys,

I currently have the latest version on Windows 10 but something might be conflicting because every time that I restart, everything comes back to how it was, when I open the software the changes are there but if I click on any option it doesn't do any changes at all.

i'm with dh on this

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Im new to all this, how come I cannot delete OldNewExplorer64.dll after uninstalling?

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32 minutes ago, fourty_four said:

Im new to all this, how come I cannot delete OldNewExplorer64.dll after uninstalling?

I assume that you've already restarted your PC. First of all, you could try to reinstall OldNewExplorer and uninstall it right away. If the problem persists open Task Manager, kill all explorer.exe processes, then trough Task Manager's menu bar navigate to File -> Run new task -> Browse. At the bottom of newly opened dialog change the option "Programs" to "All files". Navigate to OldNewExplorer's installation directory and try deleting the same .DLL file which got you stuck before.

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6 hours ago, MDJ said:

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Thank you so much! I tried reinstalling and then uninstalling multiple times but that proved fruitless... The second method you provided did the trick and I was able to delete the DLL. Again thanks!

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Hello, this message is for the developer:

Hi, and thank you so much for this app; I use the "Use classical drive grouping in This PC" option to separate the Hard Drives from the DVD-Rom & the old-skool iPod that I have. Love the way File Explorer looks. Yet times have been changing and now the section for "Hard Disk Drives" isn't completely correct.

I have 3 Drives total: 2 of them are Hard Disk Drives, yet the main one is a Solid State Drive  =þ       I upgraded that muther.

Do you think you can update the app to fix that little out-of-date bug?

Suggested Examples:

• Solid State and Hard Disk Drives

• Hard Disk and Solid State Drives

Also, do you think you can implement an optional setting for us to manually rename those sections if we want to? For example, I want to rename "Devices with Removable Storage" to "All The Other Devices"

Thank you bro

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The grouping and device type is all up to the operating system, OldNewExplorer has no control over it.

The device is an HDD for Windows, it doesn't matter the technology is built.

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I'm using OldNewExplorer on Windows 10 Pro (x64), everything I want to use is working fine except for the "Appearance Style" setting, I want to use Flat White, the issue is I open Explorer via media buttons on my keyboard 95% of the time which are mapped to batch files which for example look like this - %SystemRoot%\explorer.exe "C:\"
although the same thing can be replicated by using the Run feature in Windows and typing - explorer.exe C:

Now running that command will not apply the "Flat White" style (it applies the "Default Style") but it only seems to effect the "root" folder, so say I run the command - explorer.exe C:\Program Files\
that will apply the "Flat White" style. Same thing happens on my other drive letters too.

Any idea's how I can possibly get this working?
Thanks!

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On 1/3/2017 at 0:52 AM, IIARROWS said:

The grouping and device type is all up to the operating system, OldNewExplorer has no control over it.

The device is an HDD for Windows, it doesn't matter the technology is built.

I see what you mean. It took me a while to understand that; I regrouped the items by Name/Total Size/etc.. and now understand what you mean by all that.

Thanks

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