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OldNewExplorer - make your 8.1 explorer work like Win7/8 one

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MrGRiM

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Thanks Tihiy, I take it your starting to get annoyed with Windows 10, not very impressed with it myself so far, taskbar is completely non themeable now and it looks to only get worse, looks like I will be sticking with Windows 8 unless we can find a way to undo all the bullcrap MS is throwing at us.


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Assuming you've hidden all the Windows Updates that will forcibly pull you onto Win 10 that is...

 

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Seems the non themeable issues with Windows 10 is preplanned by Microsoft , I have also noticed my control panel applets that have always worked from XP up to Windows 8.1 will no longer launch as well, Oh well will continue to play with Windows 10 but my main OS will be 8.1.

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Is there a way that I can download the previous version (1.1.5) of O.N.E.? After I installed 1.1.5.1, I encountered this bug:

 

http://i.imgur.com/DmXtPTs.png

 

The 'Downloads' folder will appear under 'This PC' for no reason. I can't give exact steps to reproduce it yet. See steps to reproduce it, below.

(As you probably know, by default Windows shows all libraries + 'Downloads' + 'Desktop' under 'This PC')

 

 

Exact steps to reproduce it:

 

  • Open Windows Explorer / This PC;
  • Click on the 'Downloads' folder on the right, under 'Libraries'; (<--- has to be the 'Downloads' library, if you open the downloads folder directly the bug doesn't occur)
  • Perform a file operation there (create, delete, rename, move or copy any file)

 

Strange, I had re-installed it a few times to see if it fixed the bug to no avail. Now it seems it fixed itself?!


Edited by rpsgc, 23 April 2015 - 11:01 AM.


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Yes, this is a known issue with 1.1.5.1, if you enter into subfolder of hidden folder, it may be shown again in This PC.



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Tihiy thank you for update!






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