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    Widen windows explorer tree view via script or command-line


    Is there any way to open windows explorer (win7 or xp) via script or command-line switches in which we could widen tree area before showing the explorer?

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    As the picture shows, you are using Window 7. It is easy to widen the tree area - You can just keep your mouse cursor over the boundary of the tree section and a link with arrows on both end will appear. You can select, hold the mouse button and drag the boundary to your custom requirements.
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    Originally Posted by RH-Calvin
    As the picture shows, you are using Window 7. It is easy to widen the tree area - You can just keep your mouse cursor over the boundary of the tree section and a link with arrows on both end will appear. You can select, hold the mouse button and drag the boundary to your custom requirements.
    Are you serious? please look at the topic title:

    Widen windows explorer tree view via script or command-line

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