Changing the default view of folders in Windows 8 is easier than you think. As the default Folder view kept while installing Windows 8, Windows 7 and other older versions is so annoying, we prefer to change the view. I feel so uncomfortable when I see the folders shown as list view or when the folders are shown in small icons which is so uncomfortable to find the right folder you are looking for. As in list mode we see a lot of unwanted data like the last modified and size which we hardly check when we come to know the hard disk space is either so low or is consuming so much space.
So to Change the Default Folder View in Windows 8
- Browse to your Hard Disk Partition either by going to My Computer icon or entering explorer.exe on Run tool
- Click on View on the toolbar
- Select your desired view from the View menu, let it be Large Icons
- Select Large Icons, you will see all the folders have changed to Large Icons type of presentation
- Now Click on Options
- Folder Options Window Appears
- Click on View Tab
- Select Apply To Folders
- A dialog box appears asking whether the change can be made or not
- Click on Yes Button
- Now check the sub folders of the folder, the change has occurred.
That’s how we change the default folder view, it is so simple. I seen a lot of tutorials make it seem complicated, it isn’t complicated as you think. Do give it a try and give a feedback below.
I think Google has already explored every corner of internet. Now Google has moved towards exploring the human body parts :P, Google has added a new feature in its browser i.e. known as Body Browser.
Body Browser gives you with the 360 degree view of the human body. You can turn on layers to see bones, muscles and other body parts. You can enable all the layers at the same moment and can change the transparency of each layer. While exploring the body, you can label the parts of body, just by clicking on the body part.
Have a look at this video for the live preview of Google Body Browser:
Google Body browser is a product which is still under development and testing stage. That is why it is placed in Google Lab Section. Google Body Browser uses HTML 5 technology and explores the body structure in 3D Detailed View.
Features of Body Browser
- Free of Cost.
- Provides 360 degree View.
- Display Three-Dimensional body dimensions.
- Label Body Parts.
- Uses HTML 5 Technology.
Educational Use of Body Browser
Body Browser is proved as very fruitful in educational purposes, especially for science students. Its advance feature of 360 degrees spinning helps students to recognize parts of the body from many views with 3D effect, learn body science now in 3D manner, leaving behind 2D photographic views.
Do you find Google Body Browser helpful? What you think will be the next Google innovation? Please do share this post and leave your comments.
This is a guest article by Rajan Balana, who blogs at DreamBloggers.