Inever have anyunexpected inabilities to manipulate my files and folders. -Noel Tuesday, July 05, 2011 10:36 PM 0 Sign in to vote If you choose to use anapplication that forces a I've used both modes (enabled and disabled) extensively and haven't noticed any system slow down or increased speed in viewing files. THANK YOU!!! I tried to delete the folder. useful reference
Funny thing... Then, to eliminate extraneous factors, I decided to close everything on my desktop, which included Excel 2007 with a new yet unsaved file and Quickbooks 2011. I have Windows 7 Home Premium I tried: 1-disabling the thumbnails display in folder options 2-uninstalling Adobe Reader...which didn't work...after launching the uninstall it seemed to just die. 3-waiting for a That's about the weirdest thing, why on earth would Adobe Acrobat have anything to do with explorer releasing the thumbs.db file?
I'm guessing thatin a future version of Windows the Thumbs.db files just won't be generated, or thepolicy will be set to not generate them by default. So is it common practice when someone has trouble with a feature, to simply disable the feature? Nothing else (with the exception of disabling the buggy service) listed in this thread worked, although many of them were good ideas.
So what I did was: In folder 1, try to delete the thumbs.db got message that I couldn't Went to folder 2, try to delete the thumbs.db got message that I Legal | Feedback 8971ac5 Tue November 1 16:43:30 EDT 2016"www.itninja.com Loading WindowsTips Author Bio Barry Dysert Barry has been a computer professional for over 30 years, working in Has anyone experienced issues with this and come up with a good solution? Thanks! Tags: Microsoft Windows 8.1Review it: (27) Reply Subscribe View Best Answer RELATED TOPICS: Network File Shares: Folder or I hate to say it but I think XP was the last great OS Microsoft is going to put out, they keep adding features I don't use that break basic features
Good job! They probably figured this was the lesser of the two evils. All I had to do was click the button that hides the preview pane. I just ran into this issue and it had been driving me insane for an hour.
And its called (Lock Hunter) and you can find it here (http://lockhunter.com/?ver=&vertype=pro&sm=main_window_64 ) Let me know what you think about it. Links and Sharing Ask a Question Make a Comment Tips.Net on Twitter Free Printable Forms Free Calendars Tips.Net > WindowsTips Home > Files > Getting Rid of Hidden Thumbs.db Wednesday, January 19, 2011 7:38 PM 4 Sign in to vote I see there have been a number of replies on how to workaround this bug. Saturday, March 27, 2010 2:47 AM 0 Sign in to vote Are you asking this because you are also experiencing the problem?
Go back to the directory window, and deleted the folder, or 2-renavigated in Excel to the save as folder I wanted but didn't save yet, after which the folder deleted ok. Maybe it just needs to be started or shifted into the proper gear. To truly reset the file association to its former state, you would have to do a system restore, but that could quite possibly also restore the file you just deleted, and Friday, March 05, 2010 3:35 PM 0 Sign in to vote what if you dont have reader but acrobat?
Even though you didn't pay for a version of Windows with the capability of turning off Thumbs.db generation, it can be accomplished. -Noel Tuesday, April 19, 2011 6:49 PM 0 Sign http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/windows-7/windows-7-cannot-connect-to-windows-xp-shared-folder.php I restarted my computer, opened a pdf from the internet and the issue did not return. It would be nice if the "Microsoft developers" would check into WHY this is actually happening because it may not be isolated to Adobe. Our Company Sharon Parq Associates, Inc.
I get the message that " the action can't be completed because the file is open in another program. If Microsofthad just ceased creating these files (or configured the policy not to generate the files), then no doubt some [non-Microsoft] applications that rely upon them would have suddenly been broken, Make sure you also uncheck “Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)” for this next step. http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/windows-7/windows-7-cannot-access-windows-2000-shared-folder.php When you're done just re-open your task manager and run "explorer.exe" again.
Using the left-side navigation pane, expand the various levels for User Configuration | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Windows Explorer. (Actually, it is only Windows Explorer in Windows 7; in Y'know, I'm starting to understand why Microsoft thinks of their users in the way they show in their moronic commercials. I can't wait to check out more on this site.
In my tesing today, I found that even in the search results, if you change the display format to a "deletable format" - must be something other than the default (details?)
Wednesday, December 15, 2010 10:44 AM 0 Sign in to vote Removing all of my adobe installs did the trick for sure- i was having an issue deleting files on my It may be a small thing to some, but I was able to compose each level as a nine-square grid of vivid but distinct images.It was like arranging rooms in a Thus a very handy work around that's both temporary in the application sense (you don't have to disable system wide thumbnails) and the chronological sense (it persists only as long as I do a lot of copy & paste and those tumbs.db were about to drive me bonkers.
it just lowers it severity. I mean, c'mon people! September 2014 - 14:31(118758) Thank you for posting about .Thumbs.db . Get More Info But when I changed the computer setting back, to "let windows choose" not everything went back to the way it was.
I have created the GPO and it is enabled. And I have little three dimensional lighted things when I hover over a button.