Fix Open each folder in the same window error
If you are suffering the problem with the multiple windows opening error on my computer single click on drive, here is a small solution which will help you solve it just follow few steps then you can get rid of multiple windows opening problem.

The problem you been suffering as follows multiple windows on a single click.....















Through Folder Options 1. Open Folder Options.
Open each Folder in the Same or Own Separate New Window-folder_options.jpg
2. To Always Open each Folder in the Same Window
NOTE: This is the default setting.
A) Select (dot) Open each folder in the same window, and click on OK. (See screenshot above)
3. To Always Open each Folder in it's Own Separate New Window
NOTE: This also sets Open in the folder or drive context menu to behave the same as the Open in new window context menu item. A) Dot Open each folder in its own window, and click on OK.(See screenshot below step 1).

If this doesn't work then try the other method below...
Here are the steps to get rid of multiple windows opening problem..
1. Download the below notepad file.

2. Copy the code in the notepad file and save it with the extension error.reg.

3. Double click on the error.reg file.

4. Now restart the computer and open my computer and double click on any drive so it will open in the same windows.

5. Tested and worked try it...

If this doesn't work then try the other method below...

- copy the values data of COMPUTER\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder\shell\open\command : (Default) and DelegateExecute to

COMPUTER\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder\shell\explore\command respectively but delete the word /separate from de default value and, in case, DelegateExecute does not exists create and paste the value of DelegateExecute from the Open Key.


At the end, You will have the following value in the key COMPUTER\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder\shell\explore\command :

(Default) -> "%SystemRoot%\Explorer.exe /idlist,%I,%L" .

DelegateExecute -> value of "COMPUTER\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder\shell\explore\command\DelegateExecute"
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