The Windows 10 Anniversary update brought great features like the Windows Ink workspace, but it also brought irritating bugs. After the anniversary update, File Explorer Libraries doesn\’t function properly anymore. A key use of Libraries was to have a consistent view of directories in the library, and updating a parent or sub directory\’s view will affect the entire view of the library. This allowed seamless navigation of Libraries and management of files. Now this anniversary update has broken that key function, every subdirectory has its own view, which you have to change manually for each and every sub-directory, and no way to make the same view apply through the entire library! Unfortunately, after all these updates, the problem still isn\’t fixed! For further elaboration, have a look here: windows 10 – Library folder view not respecting the folder setting – Super User Already voted for a feedback someone created months ago here ( https://insider.windows.com/en-us/fb…bcaf8f4&form=1 ). What do you guys think? Anyone else missing this great time-saving functionality after Windows 10 anniversary update?

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