Windows 10: How to create custom folder templates, in case it's possible?
How to create custom folder templates, in case it's possible?
As the title reads, I'd want to know how to create custom folder templates, in case it's possible. I'm already using the five existing ones so I'd want to have a sixth one.
My case is I have my installed software classified in folders by type of functionality. The thing is most software comes with icons with maximum resolution of 48px so I'd want to create a new template for this situation and apply it recursively to my software folder. COmmon sense tells this should be possible but Microsoft isn't know precisely for applying it so I wonder if this is even possible.
Like firstname.lastname@example.org for example.
How can i do it?
Understood how to do it.
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