Windows 10 downloads folder remove groups free download.How to fix the Downloads folder layout on Windows 10 1903

 

Windows 10 downloads folder remove groups free download.Disable group by in Downloads folder (Windows 10 1903)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Question Info.Disable “grouped by date” in Downloads folder completely – Microsoft Community

 
 
Nov 21,  · Open “Downloads” folder and right-click on empty area. 2. Now select “Group by” option to (None) in context menu. It’ll immediately remove date groups in “Downloads” folder. 3. If you also want to sort files by names, click on “Name” field present in the top details header as shown in following screenshot. Oct 11,  · How to reomve the grouping in windows 10 downloads folder and make it permanent. Jul 15,  · You can simply go to Downloads folder, right click on empty area and select Group by > None. However, it is worth to mention here that the Group by option in normal folders and in Save as window are different, so if you change the Group by to type in Downloads folder, it will not change in Save as window.
 
 

Windows 10 downloads folder remove groups free download.Disable group by in Downloads folder (Windows 10 ) – Microsoft Community

Oct 11,  · How to reomve the grouping in windows 10 downloads folder and make it permanent. Nov 21,  · Open “Downloads” folder and right-click on empty area. 2. Now select “Group by” option to (None) in context menu. It’ll immediately remove date groups in “Downloads” folder. 3. If you also want to sort files by names, click on “Name” field present in the top details header as shown in following screenshot. Jun 18,  · Hi, since I updated to the new Windows version the files in some folders like “Downloads” are always grouped by the date. I was able to disable this in the File Explorer itself by choosing “Group by = none”.But in all kind of “Save as” dialogs from any application the group by date still appears and in those special explorer windows there is no option to disable file grouping in them.
 
 
 
 

Today when I came into work my screen looks like this, where everything has been put into “collapsible groups” based on file type:. The “none” option in the group by menu has been discontinued. Who the hell asked for that? If I use File Explorer to view the folder it is not Grouped. There is no way that I have found to ungroup the damn folder from the Word Open display. I can choose Details, Icons, list, etc.

If Microsoft is watching, please find the idiot who caused this and ban them from their safe place. This works when viewing the folder normally in Explorer, but when I go to save a download inside a browser – it’s back to being grouped again and I don’t get the View menu in that control. I just want to easily see the sub folders of my downloads folder so I can save it in the right place, not just dump it anywhere like whoever these changes are aimed at.

I looked in so many places I don’t remember where I found the solution yesterday or the day before. When you get the screen with the grouped entries, right click in some white space within that dialog box. A selection box will open and Group is one of the choices. Click to open the sub-selections of Group and then select None. The order will revert to ungrouped. Does it piss me off that Microsoft seemingly changes things simply for the sake of change, or because some stoned developer thought it would be fun to screw with users?

Rather than remaining pissed off while I’m working, I’d rather have a solution that mitigates the annoyance, even if I have to eventually make the change on other folders. The proposed answer works for me.

If others don’t like it they are free to ignore it. So far I have not had to redo the ungroup, and I’m less pissed off, at least for now. Just sayin’.

Seen the date of the recent of reply’s in this thread, i am not the only one who got seriously annoyed after recent windows 10 update. Microsoft decided to turn it on and every reboot its back again. Tried registry fix, no dice. Every single time i open downloads i need to turn that group by OFF. I really don’t get the clue of the function at all! It makes is very hard to find anything. Especially when you search by NAME! You did it! Well, at least I’m pleased to see I’m not the only one so utterly fed up trying to be polite here!

For anyone from the MS UI team Things are usable if and when people know how to use them. They are NOT usable when they are unfamiliar and people don’t know how to use them. Generally, ‘screwing with the UI’ leaves people unfamiliar and unsure how to do things. Worse, it results in them being unfamiliar and unsure in how to complete a task they previously could complete with ease. Just to ensure you understand that point So, for your next UI team get together, build one large slide and present it to everyone in the room, explaining that screwing with the UI and leaving users that could previously complete tasks with ease uncertain and unable to complete tasks, is a dismal UX and a complete and utter fail for the UI team.

You take your car to the garage for a service. You come to collect it and the garage have decided to ‘improve’ your car and have changed all the switches and layout of the dashboard.

What you used to push, you now have to pull, but if you pull and twist it does some new unexpected function. Bascially, everything has been ‘streamlined’ Indeed, maybe your bought it because you particularly liked the old layout, and would certainly have grown used to it. Just stop doing it! Most of these ‘improvements’ make things worse Is any of this sinking in and does anyone from MS UI ever look at this stuff, or are they all so full of their own greatness they think there’s no need to actually consider what the poor suckers that actually have to live with their decisions think of their efforts?

I turned the forsaken function off the last 50 times it was enabled why do they think changing the setting I deliberately set to off back to on is a good idea? To use your anaology its like getting your car bit by bit restored to where you had it then next service they do it again and again and again because “This is better”. No, no it is not better this over here no windows shell function tab, no tap to click, no finger geastures, no group by random garbage, no whatever dumb idea they’ll come up with next because that one person likes it.

Please understand not only do you have the issues outlined in this thread where randomly changing existing features just angers and makes things difficult for your users. However if said user takes the time and effort to turn off all your fancy features and set things up differently its probably not because they don’t know what they’re doing so you need to disable the easy way to make those changes i need to reinstall old touchpad drivers every update so I can actually turn off the godforsaken tap to click.

Office Office Exchange Server. Not an IT pro? Windows Client. Sign in. United States English. Ask a question. Quick access. Search related threads. Remove From My Forums. Answered by:. Archived Forums. Windows 7 User Interface. Sign in to vote. Today when I came into work my screen looks like this, where everything has been put into “collapsible groups” based on file type: Whereas when I left work on Friday it looked like this, which is NORMAL: How do I fix it?

Edited by juckto Monday, December 12, PM. Monday, December 12, PM. On your explorer menu, chose “View”, “Group by”, and set it back to option “None”. Thank you soo much! It helped me so well :. Friday, June 28, AM. This helps for the moment, but I have to do this in every folder on my system. Furthermore, it doesn’t prevent the grouping to appear in open dialogues.

I am absolutely disgusted by this grouping, and want to get rid of it permanently. Is there really no way to do that? Tuesday, April 1, PM. I was stuck on this issue for hours, cuz i just KNEW that something looked different about the windows explorer libraries today. It was annoying as hell, because I wasn’t even sure how to describe it.

Just that the title things were never there before, and I wanted them gone. Sunday, April 27, AM. Thank you so much!!! Was a bummer!! Thursday, October 2, PM. Friday, May 12, PM. Open the Folder. Tuesday, June 20, AM. Done thanks. Tuesday, September 19, AM. I am using windows 8. There is no “Group by” in View. Thank you. Sunday, February 4, AM. I said “I am using windows 8. There is no ‘Group By’ in View. Right click; it is not in “View”. The “none” option is not displayed at all.

This does not fix the issue on my machine. Friday, November 30, PM. Friday, June 14, PM. In the hunt. Sunday, June 30, PM.