See the window from File Explorer above. Then see the one below.
Why does the one below have a blue bar across the top? This seems to happen at random. Ever since about the time I started using Windows 10, I’ll randomly get windows like this when I’m hunting for something in the file structure. Sometimes a blue bar; sometimes not.
Not that I care about the aesthetics or anything, but when I get a window with a blue bar, I lose some functionality. For instance, if I want to highlight some files in order to copy or delete or move them, the highlighting doesn’t show — so I lose track of what I’ve selected and what I haven’t.
When you move around files as much as I do, this gets to be a pain.
What I’d like is for Explorer just to show up the normal way, without the blue bar.
Any idea how I can make that happen? I’ve tried searching for an answer from Microsoft, to no avail…