Windows 10: Libraries View set to a folder will not apply to all it's sub folders
I've always had better luck making those settings in C:\Users and my log-in name. Libraries appear to be merely shortcuts to the actual Folders.
Usually you should be able to close the library after making the folder view changes helps to help make them be applied to all folders in the library.
Yep that's also true, but it doesn't work. I don't know what the issue is.
It's a clean Install.
Tried that. No go.
yup, same issue here. no matter what you've set for every template view (outside and inside of Libraries), every single subfolder is set to the original "default" view (the one you get when you pick Reset Folders). Doing a properties, customize+apply-template-to-each-subfolder, doesn't do it. Neither does choosing "Optimize this library for:".
Microsoft is so so so shitty at fixing things...
How to Set a Default Folder View for All Folders in Windows 10
While browsing folders in File Explorer, you can apply the view settings of the current folder to all folders on your PC that are optimized for the same folder template type.
In a folder, when I do View>list and then in Options apply that to all folders, it often doesn't stick, i.e some sub folders under that folder show the details view. Any suggestions?
In fact it looks like all new folders are defaulting to details...
How do I apply a view, specifically the "list" view, to only all of the subfolders of a folder without changing each one individually.
How to Apply a Folder's View to All Folders of Same Template Type in Windows 10
While browsing folders in File Explorer, you can apply the view settings of the current folder to all folders on your PC that are optimized for the same folder...
I actually do use OneDrive, and I am not trying to remove the app entirely. However, it seems like if I remove the OneDrive folder from my libraries (music, pictures, documents), next boot they show right back up.