Applying Folder View Settings to All Folders at once in Windows 10



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When you browse the File Explorer, you may find the folder view, layout and other settings to different from one another. Some of the folders have smaller icons while some puts on a large icons view layout. All you want is the set a default Folder View for all folders. However, do you have to change them one by one?

No, 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. Here’s how to do it.

How to Apply a Folder’s View to All Folders of Same Template Type in Windows 10

1- Open File Explorer (use the Windows key + E shortcut).

2- Navigate to the View tab in ribbon bar

3- In File Explorer Ribbon, click the File > Change Folder and search options.

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4- Navigate to View tab in Folder Options window. On the View tab, click Apply to All Folders.

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5- Click Yes, and then click OK.

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How to reset all the folders to the default view settings

To reset all the folders to the default view settings, repeat these steps, but click Reset All Folders in step 4.

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