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Generating QR-Code in Visual C#.NET Part 4: Storage and File Management

Part 4: Storage and File Management
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Show Encrypted or Compressed NTFS Files in Color
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By default, the names of encrypted NTFS files and folders are displayed in green; the names of compressed files and folders appear in blue. If you like black better, clear the Show Encrypted Or Compressed NTFS Files In Color check box. (For information about using NTFS compression, see Implementing NTFS Compression, page 627.)
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Show Pop-Up Descriptions for Folder and Desktop Items
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This option enables pop-up descriptions when you select folders or desktop items. If you don t need the information, or if the pop-up information becomes distracting or gets in your way, clear this check box to disable it.
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Use Simple File Sharing (Recommended)
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The last check box in the Advanced Settings list enables or disables Simple File Sharing. For additional information about Simple File Sharing, see Simple File Sharing vs. Windows 2000 Style Sharing, page 209. Because you can t disable Simple File Sharing in Windows XP Home Edition, this option appears only in Windows XP Professional.
Using Cascading Folder Menus
Most users know that you can put a shortcut to any folder on your Start menu (or desktop) and then use the shortcut as a simple way of opening that folder in Windows Explorer. Less obvious is the fact that you can put a whole branch of your file system on the Start menu, and then use cascading submenus to get to any point within the branch. Figure 16-13 shows an example in which a remote folder has been added to the local Start menu. When you add a system of subfolders to the menu this way, you can open any subfolder by navigating to it in the menu, right-clicking it, and then choosing either Open or Explore from the shortcut menu. (Choose Explore to open the folder with the Folders bar.) To add a branch of your folder structure to the Start menu, follow these steps:
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1 In Windows Explorer, open the parent of the folder that you want to be the root of the cascading system. 2 Drag the icon for the root folder to the Start button, and hold it there while the Start menu opens.
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If you re using the Windows XP style Start menu, drag the folder to All Pro-
grams, and wait while the All Programs menu opens. Drag the folder to the place where you want it, and then release the mouse button.
If you re using the classic Start menu, drag the folder to the top portion of the
menu, position it where you want it, and then release the mouse button.
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Figure 16-13. Adding a branch of your file system to your Start menu lets you navigate quickly to distant folders.
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Windows creates a shortcut to your folder in the place where you release the mouse button. Note that if you re using the Windows XP style Start menu, you can create that shortcut at the top of the left portion of the menu, but if you put it there, the shortcut opens the root folder only. If you want to be able to cascade the subfolder structure, you need to position the root folder within All Programs.
Working with File Types and File Associations
The File Types tab of the Folder Options dialog box (choose Tools, Folder Options, File Types) displays a list of your registered document file types. A few entries from this long list are visible in Figure 16-14. By selecting file types from the Registered File Types list, you can perform a number of tasks:
Change the default action for a file type. Change the application associated with a file type.
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Change a file type s icon. Specify whether a file type s extension should be displayed in Windows Explorer. Specify whether a file type should be opened immediately after being downloaded. Add, edit, and delete commands on a file type s shortcut menu.
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Figure 16-14. On the File Types tab you can change such things as the default actions for document types.
To change a file type s default action, follow these steps:
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