If so, what are your favorite features? Search for the name of the folder you are trying to manipulate.It will take a couple seconds, but Process Explorer will eventually find theculpritorculprits. 4. It may, however, be inferior to the two methods mentioned since it really only hides the files from ES File Explorer. I have also tried unlocking the file, and tried taking ownership of it, running in safe mode, etc. have a peek at this web-site
I took a look at MSCONFIG and found that one of the Services running is Adobe Active File Monitor V8. Also, I've never noticed any performance problems with the software on any modern (P4+) computer with a decent amount of RAM. Can we really not just put out a fix for this bug? So you end up with multiple copies of folders that you cant delete... http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/23692-63-view-icons-images-folders
Close the file and try again." "Thumbs.db" ... Just turn off generation of thumbs.db and you won't see this problem. after doing all your actions..
This is a brand new (64 bit Ultimate) Win 7 install. If step 6 kills Explorer.exe and Explorer.exe does not restart on its own in a couple seconds, you can restart explorer.exe yourself by going to File > Run, and typing in Saturday, March 27, 2010 2:47 AM 0 Sign in to vote Are you asking this because you are also experiencing the problem? But for those who want to squeeze out some every bit of functionality from their device, ES File Explorer aims to please.
What makesthis most irritating to me is that if the thumbs.db file is only needed for bass-ackward compatibility - like maybe running an XP VM - then the generation of the Unlocker BEST OF HOW-TO GEEK How To Enable Aero Glass-Style Transparency in Windows 8 What’s the Best Antivirus for Windows 10? (Is Windows Defender Good Enough?) How Artificial Intelligence Will Change Our You can follow him on Twitter if you'd like. https://kb.globalscape.com/KnowledgebaseArticle10862.aspx It's only there for compatibility with old shell extensions or apps that expect thumbs.db files, and most folks don't have such apps. -Noel Tuesday, April 19, 2011 3:44 AM 0 Sign
Microsoft actually has addressed it - that's why there's a policy for preventing the creation of Thumbs.db. is there really a fix to this problem? The reason you can return to the stubborn folder later and delete it successfully is because either enough time has elapsed and Windows has unloaded the Thumbs.db or since then you've Sunday, February 07, 2010 8:54 AM 0 Sign in to vote Hi, I experience the same issue with my Win7 install and it's extremely annoying.
But it should have scanned, I mean, I can understand slowness, but an hour must be something else. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-files/how-to-remove-lock-padlock-icon-from-photos-in/ef6ed259-4e59-4d2c-a90d-c9d2dbe10287 It may not be a very efficient way to do it, but having a virtual machine on hand can be useful in many, many ways. -Noel Saturday, May 14, 2011 7:20 Windows Explorer Unfortunately, I tried Steve's fix first.It worked as far as getting rid of thumbs. Try to right-click on the handle and "close handle" This will likely not work. 6.
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 Check This Out That's great but now the new Thumbs.db file is locked and the cycle of frustration continues. Hit the comments below and share your thoughts and ideas. Monday, February 07, 2011 6:51 PM 0 Sign in to vote When I was trying to delete a folder (auto-created by my scanner for my scanned images which I then moved)
This solution is ideal if you actually want thumbnails for your remote drives but you don't want them in the way when you're doing serious folder management. I am running Win7 at home too with a network drive and having the same issue. Anyone know what it means, or how to remove, or maybe causing it? Source By far the easiest is changing the view in the explorer window from detail to large icon.
If you want a two-way connection that allows you to copy to the device or even delete files on the device, you'll need something more than a browser. I have no hope that this will ever be "addressed" and "fixed," seeing how the first post was back in 2009. Uncheck whatever that you want unchecked for "Show these items on the desktop" option.
Click on the Customize tab 4.
Absolutely everything works without Thumbs.db files present, and my thumbnail views come up nice and fast. I kind of misspoke before about "having it the old way"... Nothing has to change on ES File Explorer's end. And the rush it brings if it successfully boots is my drug of choice!
Is this a known problem? They're not fixes, but workarounds, and until MS actually fixes this, the solution is to find the least annoying workaround. i justneedto click try again for 2-3 times to move a file. have a peek here Have you tried "Large Icons" view? -Noel Tuesday, May 03, 2011 3:51 AM 0 Sign in to vote Thank you Noel for your quick response.
This thread was opened nearly 4 months ago, so you've had PLENTY of time.
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