Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Windows Explorer slow opening folders with a lot of zipped files

I have a lot of zipped files on my pc. When I use Windows Explorer to view a folder containing a lot of zipped files, it takes a LONG time to open. I believe this is because Windows is traversing through these zipped files so it can display them as folders. I found a way to configure Windows to not do this. At the command line, enter:

regsvr32 /u zipfldr

Now Windows Explorer opens all folders very quickly.

If you want to undo this, at the command line enter:

regsvr32 zipfldr

I found the solution at

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