How to Open Multiple Folders at Once in Windows 10 (and More)

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Open Multiple Folders at Once in Windows 10

You can open multiple folders at once in two different ways and here are they:

Method #1

Select the folders you want to open and then simultaneously press Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys.

That's all. Now, you can see all the selected folders opened at once in separate windows.

Note:

If you wish, you can do this method by these steps: Select the folders you want to open and then right-click on it. Select "Open in new window."

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Method #2

Select the folders you want to open and then hit "Enter" key.

Here's the difference between the above method and this one:

The above method opens all the selected folders at once in the separate windows and the window in which you perform this task remains intact.

This one opens one selected folder in the window in which you perform this task and opens the remaining ones in separate windows.

Note:

If you wish, you can do this method by these steps: Select the folders you want to open and then right-click on it. Select "Open."

Open an Item with a Single Click in Windows 10

By default, a double-click is needed to open an item in Windows 10.

If you want to open an item in Windows 10 with a single click, then follow the below steps:

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    Open the File Explorer Options (To do that: Open Run Command. Type control folders and then press "Enter" key).
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    Under "Click items as follows" section, you can see "Single-click to open an item (point to select)." Click on it.
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    Under that, you can see two options:

Underline icon titles consistent with my browser - If you select this option, you can always see underline in the item title.

Underline icon titles only when I point at them - If you choose this option, you can see underline in the item title when you hover your mouse over it.

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    ​Choose the one you want from the above two options.
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    Click "OK."
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That's all. From now on, you can open an item with a single click.

Note: If you want to go back to the default, then open File Explorer Options, select "Double-click to open an item (single-click to select)," and then click "OK."

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