Vista Folder Question

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    Vista Folder Question



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    Green will be the one created by vista. The normal one will be the one created my XP. Not sure why they didn't merge.
     
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    I've tried deleting the regular Document Folder (which is empty) but when I reboot the regular Document Folder reappears, I find this very strange
     
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    I think the blue ones are the folder with broad names that vista recognizes like "Downloads" or "Links" and the tan ones are specific ones??
     
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    are the green ones Vfolders? virtual folders. hover over it and see if it says Vfolder.
     
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    I think I know the Green ones are the folders in your My Documents folder that vista put there on installation.
     
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    ok, Im in vista now and the yellow ones are what I have created/downloaded apart from the Public folder, and I do not have2 document folder but this is a dual boot not an upgrade.
     
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    I hovered over the folder, and nothing came up, this is a new laptop that had Vista installed on when I bought it, not an upgrade, I did copy some of my folders over from my old laptop that has Windows XP SP2 on it



    Thanks for all the replies



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