Color schemes

M.E. MAD

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I transferred files from one computer to another and the text has all changed to blue. How do I change it back to the default black?

Thanks in advance...

Mike from California
 

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Marc

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M.E. MAD, If you are referring to the filenames turning blue as they appear in Windows Explorer. Then that means that somehow the files have become compressed. Here is the way to undo the coloring:

select Folder Options from Windows Explorer's Tools menu, click on the View tab, and uncheck the item that says Display compressed files and folders with alternate color.

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,4149,1134385,00.asp
 
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