How do I change the appearance of a folder?
If you forget or do not know how to change the lookfolders, then we recommend reading our instructions on how to do this. In order to customize the display of elements to your taste, there are several different ways.
First, let's look at how to change the appearance of a folder,if you use Windows XP. In order to change the folder icon itself, you need to move the cursor to its icon and click on it with the right mouse button. Then select the "Properties" item in the context menu, and in the new dialog box go to the "Settings" tab. There you need to click the Change icon button in the Folder Icons group. Now safely choose any of the available icons, or click "Browse" and specify the path to your own icon. Then click OK and apply the new settings.
To change the appearance of Windows 7 folders, use thefollowing actions. The fact is that the folder type settings in this operating system are mostly hidden from the user. You can use the standard way to open the folder and use the slider, in the upper right part of the window, to adjust the image as follows: tile, list, table, icons large or small. These settings can be saved for individual folders, but most often they will have to be re-configured each time you open it.
To change the appearance of the folders in Windows 7 and no longergo back to that, open any folder, and then on the keyboard, press the alt button. After that, at the top of the folder window below the address bar, you will see a menu bar familiar to old versions of Windows - File / Edit / View / Tools / Help. Release Alt and from the "View" menu choose the folder options that suit you. After that, in the "Tools" menu item, find the "Folder Options" sub-menu, select the "View" tab, in which you will see the "Advanced settings" and "Folders view" settings windows.
In the parameters, check the required items, andthen click "Apply to Folders" at the top of the window, this will save all the settings that you have set. We hope that our instructions helped you to understand how to change the appearance of a folder in an operating system.