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My Mp3 Files: Some Are Blue, Some Are Black?


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Just recently I noticed a change in my music folder. Originally all the files were labeled in a black (standard) color. Now...some are blue! What the heck? They are all mp3s and play fine in a wide variety of players.

But how do I get them all back to the color black??
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Windows supports file/folder color coding for easy identification for the user. The encrypted are displayed in green color and the compressed NTFS files are displayed in blue. To turn on/off this feature, uncheck Show encrypted or compressed NTFS files in color check box.

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Where do I find this? I right clicked for Properties, but cannot find this option.

Thanks for your help! :tazz:
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Never mind. Found it...Thanks! That was driving me crazy. Wonder how that got changed?
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