Windows Explorer menu bar is not displayed in Windows Vista
Windows Explorer menu bar is not displayed in Windows Vista.
By default, the menu bar or the toolbars are hidden in Windows Explorer. There might be software conflicts as well.
The solution to the problemFollow the instructions to display Windows Explorer menu bar in Windows Vista.
1Method 1: Press the ‘Alt’ key.
- To display the menu bar, press the ‘Alt’ key from the keyboard.
3Method 2: Set the menu bar to always appear.
- Click ‘Start’ and then click on ‘Start Search’ box.
- Type ‘Explorer’ and then click on ‘Windows Explorer’ in the program list.
- Click on ‘Organize’ and then click on ‘Layout check’ box.
- Click on ‘Menu Bar’.
Footnotes:Windows Vista no longer has a tasks window on the left but instead has favorite links section where you can get back to commonly used folders and can add your folder shortcuts in the Links folder. The menu bar has not been removed entirely from Windows Explorer but has been hidden by default and can be accessed by pressing Alt + F but can be also shown permanently. This entire procedure is applicable to Windows Vista Business.