How to Change the Owner of a File or Folder in Windows Vista?

Answer Windows Vista uses an ownership system for accessing or modifying files and folders on your computer. Essentially, the original creator of a file is considered its owner. However, this ownership ca... Read More »

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How to Change the Default Folder View in Windows File Explorer?

The default folder view is the appearance of a folder and the icons inside it. Common folder views include "Details," "List" and "Icons." You might want to show the details on all your folders to s... Read More »

How do I change a type of file in Windows Vista?

Unhide File ExtensionClick “Start,” and then click “Computer” to launch Windows Explorer. Click on the button labeled “Organize” at the top left-hand corner of the “Windows Explorerâ€... Read More »

How to Put a Password on a Zipped Folder in Windows Vista?

A zipped file folder is one that can contain one or several files in a compressed format. If you wish to protect a zipped file folder from unauthorized access, you can change the permissions of the... Read More »

What folder is wallpaper stored in in Windows Vista?

The folder that Windows Vista stores wallpaper in is the Wallpaper folder (C:\WINDOWS\Web\Wallpaper). Windows Vista also allows you to choose any picture you want to customize your desktop wallpape... Read More »