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    What are blue folders?

    A: If the names of files or folders appear in blue, it is because the file or folder in question has compression or encryption enabled. Windows will automatically compress files that are not frequently used and will color those files blue if they have been compressed.

    How do I change my folder icon to normal?

    Standard Folders The icon of regular folders can be changed through the properties window of the folder itself. Select Properties from the menu that appears when you right-click the folder. Click on the Customize tab located at the top of the window, and then select Change Icon from the menu that appears at the bottom of the window.

    How do I fix folder icon?

    No Icons Available To change the icon for the shortcut you just created, right-click the shortcut, select Properties from the menu, and then select Change Icon. Click the Browse button, then type c:windowssystemshell32.dll into the File name box. After that, click the Open button, click to select the icon you want to use, click OK, and then click OK again.

    How do I fix folder icon on Mac?

    Restore the icon that was originally associated with a file or folder. Choose the file or folder you want to work with on your Mac. Select “Get Info” from the “File” submenu of the menu bar. Choose the small custom icon that’s located at the very top of the Info window. Make sure that you click the tiny icon that is located at the very top of the Info window (not the large icon under Preview).

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    Why are my folders highlighted blue?

    The files that have been compressed are denoted by their color, which is blue. These files are formatted with a blue font by default and are compressed so as to take up less space on the hard drive.

    What is the blue file on Mac?

    Your Mac’s Finder serves as its central command center. If you want to open a new Finder window, you can do so by clicking the icon that looks like a happy blue face that is located in the Dock. You can organize and gain access to virtually everything on your Mac by using the Finder windows.

    How do I change my icons back to original?

    You are able to view the icons that are currently being used by the default shortcuts in Windows 11 by going to “Desktop Icon Settings.” To return an icon on your desktop to its original state, you must first select the icon. After that, you will need to press OK or Apply to save your changes after clicking or tapping the Restore Default button.

    How do I restore an original file icon?

    Bring Back the Icons on the Desktop. Click the Properties option that appears when you right-click the desktop. To access the Desktop tab, click here. Click Customize desktop. After clicking the General tab, select the icons that you want to appear on the desktop, and then click “OK.” Select the OK button.

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    Can you change the color of folders in Windows 10?

    To colorize a folder, all you need to do is right-click on it, choose the color you want, and then press the “Colorize!” button. With the help of this nifty little utility, altering the color of folders in Windows 10 is so easy that even young children can do it.

    Why are some files blue and some black?

    The C:Windows directory is the location where one is most likely to find files or folders that have been compressed (except for Windows 7 & Vista). As can be seen, compressed files and folders are blue, whereas regular files and folders are represented by a black coloration. The utilization of compression serves the purpose of preserving available storage space on your hard drive.

    How do I unzip a zipped file?

    Unzip your documents. Launch the Files by Google application on your Android device. Tap the Browse option located at the bottom. Find the folder that houses the.zip file that you want to unzip, and navigate to that folder. Choose the file that ends in.zip. The contents of that file are displayed in a pop-up window that appears. Tap Extract. You are presented with a preview of the files that were extracted… Tap Done.

    Why are my folders blue in Windows 7?

    The color blue is used as the default representation for compressed files and folders in Windows Explorer. It’s possible that the configuration of Windows XP and Windows 7 are different on your computer. This particular option can be found in the Folder Options menu by selecting View, then selecting Advanced settings, and finally selecting the option to Show encrypted or compressed NTFS files in color.

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    What are the 2 little blue arrows on my desktop icons?

    If there are two blue arrows pointing in opposite directions at the top right of the icons, it means that the folder or disk in question is compressed. If this is the case, you can right-click the folder or drive in question, select Properties, and then uncheck the box to disable compression.

    How do I unzip a zipped file?

    Unzip your documents. Launch the Files by Google application on your Android device. Tap the Browse option located at the bottom. Find the folder that houses the.zip file that you want to unzip, and navigate to that folder. Choose the file that ends in.zip. A pop up appears showing the content of that file. Tap Extract. You are presented with a preview of the files that were extracted… Tap Done.

    Why are my folders blue in Windows 7?

    The color blue is used as the default representation for compressed files and folders in Windows Explorer. It’s possible that the configuration of Windows XP and Windows 7 are different on your computer. This particular option can be found in the Folder Options menu by selecting View, then selecting Advanced settings, and finally selecting the option to Show encrypted or compressed NTFS files in color.

    What are the 2 little blue arrows on my desktop icons?

    If there are two blue arrows pointing in opposite directions at the top right of the icons, it means that the folder or disk in question is compressed. If this is the case, you can right-click the folder or drive in question, select Properties, and then uncheck the box to disable compression.

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    How do I unzip a zipped file?

    Unzip your files Launch the Files by Google application on your Android device. Tap the Browse option located at the bottom. Find the folder that houses the.zip file that you want to unzip, and navigate to that folder. Choose the file that ends in.zip. The contents of that file are displayed in a pop-up window that appears. Tap Extract. You are presented with a preview of the files that were extracted… Tap Done.

    Why are my folders blue in Windows 7?

    The color blue is used as the default representation for compressed files and folders in Windows Explorer. It’s possible that the configuration of Windows XP and Windows 7 are different on your computer. This particular option can be found in the Folder Options menu by selecting View, then selecting Advanced settings, and finally selecting the option to Show encrypted or compressed NTFS files in color.

    What are the 2 little blue arrows on my desktop icons?

    If there are two blue arrows pointing in opposite directions at the top right of the icons, it means that the folder or disk in question is compressed. If this is the case, you can right-click the folder or drive in question, select Properties, and then uncheck the box to disable compression.

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