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Logical drive

Discussion in 'Windows - General discussion' started by gain, Dec 7, 2005.

  1. gain

    gain Active member

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    I installed Windows Xp pro to my computer. I started to wonder why the text colour of all files and folder are blue in logical drive? I think black would be much better.

    Can I change it?
     
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    I'm not sure about ur exact situation, but most of the colors of text and other things in windows can be changed by right clicking on your desktop, selecting properties, clicking the theme tab, and then selecting advanced options. From there you should be able to fix your little color issue :]
     
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    Thanks for the answer. But this doesn't solve my problem. :/

    There is lots of options and settings in Appearance tab, but I can't find the right one.

    I put the picture below of this text that you can see what I really mean. Hopefully someone can invent the solution?

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  4. SypherTek

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    the colour difference means that you have enabled file compression on the blue drives or have selected compress old files when doing a disk clean up on them. thats all its nothing to worry about.

    I dont think you can change it though
     
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