Windows 10: Is It Possible to Reset File Explorer's Window Position?

  1.    09 Aug 2015 #1

    Is It Possible to Reset File Explorer's Window Position?


    Every time I open File Explorer the window jumps to a new position (possibly a glitch). Is there a way to reset these settings through the registry?
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  2.    10 Aug 2015 #2

    junior said: View Post
    Every time I open File Explorer the window jumps to a new position (possibly a glitch). Is there a way to reset these settings through the registry?
    Use this program, works great on W10. Make sure you have it set to run at windows startup ShellFolderFix - Manage folder window positions/size - Windows 7 Help Forums
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