« Last post by Mathias (Author) on February 19, 2017, 21:56:53 »
The tooltip is configured in Explorer Panel Settings, under detailed and list view mode there are separate settings for it
I'm not sure whom I'm replying to but this answer relates to everyone. I noticed this by accident 2 weeks ago: The C:\windows\system32\drivers\ directory and its etc subdirectory.
I get conflicting lists of what files I have. (When I was looking for the best file manager, I tried several, and I'm glad I didn't delete any.)
Total Commander, Multi-Commander, XYplorer, and Search Everything show that all the files expected to be there are there.
Free Commander, Q-Dir, xplorer2, and PowerDesk 9, show that 412 of 419 are missing, compared to Total Commander and compared to the clone partition (E:).
Also, when I was in one editor, I forget which, and I tried to Save As a file under another name, I navigated to the C:\windows\system32\drivers directory, and there was no etc subdirectory to put the file in!!!!
If it's a question of 64 vs. 32 bit, all I can say is I have win10-64 bit and in every case where I saw two versions of the program, I chose the 64-bit version. Maybe some of these programs dont' actually ave a 64-bit version when they need one? If that's the reason. Is it?
I'm using MC portable 6.9.1 in Vista x64 SP2 - maybe that makes a difference here.I got the MC 6.9.1 - 32 bit version by mistake. It won't show some of the 64 bit parts of Explorer (System32). Though it shows most of the Windows sub folders & files just fine. The 64 bit MC versions show all System32 files & sub folders.