Sometimes when you open Windows Explorer you get a green progress bar in the windows location bar. If you find the happening in a particular folder on a regular basis, there is a solution:
- Open the folder in question.
- Select Properties.
- Click the Customize tab.
- Windows 8: Choose “General items” from the “Optimize this folder for:” drop-down.
Windows 7: Choose “All items” from the “Use this folder type as template:” drop-down.
- Click OK
For a full explanation of the problem and how this fixes the problem, check out the article @ TechSpot.com.
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