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Disable the context-sensitive toolbar in Vista explorer?

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  • Started 8 years ago by wbouvy
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wbouvy
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The Vista explorer has this bar, with Organize and burn buttons etc. It doesn't fit with thw rest of the window, and I've never used it. Since I've been unable to find out what it's called, it's not easy to find much info on how to disable it. Does anyone here know of a way?

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The Geek
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There's no way directly in Vista to do this... but I believe some of the Stardock Windowsblinds themes can do that.

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