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Windows 7 Do NOT Remember folder settings

There used to be an option in prior windows version where under Folder Options, you would "NOT remember" the view settings. This way, the browsing would be uniform, unless you wanted to change it. I found a way to do it in Win 7.
Go to Folder Options\View and click Apply to Folders. This will apply the view in the current window to all folder views.

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