When Windows Vista arrived, Microsoft made a few changes to Windows Explorer and added some new features. If you’re still using Windows XP, I can recommend QTtabbar or ViSplore to get some of these new features. If you are using Vista or Windows 7, keep on reading.
One of the most useful features that I’ve found for the new Explorer is the ability to select files using a check box.
You may not immediately find the Folder and View options that you were used to seeing in previous versions of Windows Explorer. I’ll show you how to find them once again and enable the check box feature.
First, start Windows Explorer by double clicking Computeron your desktop or typing Windows Explorerin the Start Menu search box and launching it.
Once Explorer opens, click on the Organizemenu and choose Folder and search options.
When the Folder Options dialog opens, select the Viewtab and place a check-mark in front of Use check boxes to select items.
Click the OKbutton to finish up and you will now have this feature enabled.
Be sure to comment below if you have any questions or comments about this or any other Windows 7 feature.