Configure Windows Vista to Automatically Reopen Folders in Explorer upon Logon

by Eric Geier [Published on 27 July 2010 / Last Updated on 5 Aug. 2009]

Show Computer folders that were opened when shutdown.

Like in Windows XP, you can make Vista reopen any Explorer windows that are opened when you restart or shutdown:

Open a Windows Explorer window, click Tools > Folder Options > View tab, and enable the Restore previous folder windows at logon option. 

The Author — Eric Geier

Eric Geier (Dayton, Ohio) is a Freelance  Tech Writer and Author specializing in computer networking. He's also the Founder and Owner of NoWiresSecurity, which provides a hosted cloud-based RADIUS service to help businesses easily secure their Wi-Fi networks with the Enterprise (802.1X) mode of WPA/WPA2 security. He’s also the Founder and Owner of On Spot Techs, which provides on-site computer and technology services.

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