How to Configure Folder Options in Windows 10. Lawyers deal with documents everyday. But, can we find the one we want in a digital file folder? For a long time, I used, and still use, PaperPort 14.5 to organize and view my files and documents. With big screens, and thumbnail views, it is ideal to look at the contents of a folder and view and pick out the document I want in record time. PaperPort also allows any document to be clicked and dragged to icons at the bottom of the screen representing any program that can perform a particular function with the document. Want to print a document? Just drag the thumbnail to the printer icon, and so forth. However, recently I have discovered that it is just as easy to use Windows 10 File Explorer for the same basic viewing function. This article shows how to change the default folder view to icon view in various sizes that organizes the files and uses the same file structure. Using the ScanSnap scan to folder function, I can scan a document to a folder, open the folder, and instantly see thumbnail views of all the files in the folder. While I still need Power PDF Advanced to manipulate files, I no longer need to view them in PaperPort. Windows 10 File Explorer does the job just fine. Now, go organize your files.