How does the XP system set the folder background?


In order to make your own folders more personalized, many XP system users want to manually replace a more beautiful background image for their folders. So what should I do? In response to this problem, the following small series for everyone to introduce the XP system settings folder background operation method.

Operation steps:

1. First put the image that needs to be set as the folder background to the disk. The article uses the c drive as an example.

2, then click on Tools in the menu bar, open Folder Options.

3, in the Folder Options in the Hide protected operating system files option to remove, and click OK.

4, and then create a notepad document, copy the following into Notepad.



[{BE098140-A513- 11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}]





5, the file is clearly as desktop.ini, save to c drive, refresh it to see a beautiful background image.

These are the methods XP operating system settings file Xiaobian to introduce folder background. I still don't know how to set up the folder background for the XP system. Try the above steps to try it out.

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