When we need to access through our files and folders stored on our internal as well as external drives, we need to open up the windows explorer windows where these drives and its contents show up. We can create shortcuts on the desktop for these locations, or access Explorer from the "Start menu" of the windows. But when you start Windows Explorer from the Start menu, it opens your My Documents folder by default in Window 7. Now if we want the Explorer to be of better use by changing it to display all top-level drives and folders on your system, then we need to put up its shortcut on the desktop and follow the below tutorial.
The detailed tutorial shows how to have your liked Explorer windows open when you restart Windows 7 operating system. All it requires is the basic knowledge about the system, and the whole process can be easily completed in 5-10 minutes according to users speed.
Restore Opened Folders (Windows Vista/7/XP)
To restore open folders in Windows Vista/7/XP operating environment follow these easy steps given below.
1. Open Computer (Windows key+E)
2. Press the ALT key and click Tools -> Folder Options.
3. Click the View tab, and check the Restore previous folder windows at logon option, and then click OK.
*In Windows 7/Vista
*In Windows XP
Now when you restart your computer or log off and on, the folders that you had opened previously will be opened for you automatically.