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The goto Start --> Run --> and type gpedit.msc Then navigate to User Configurations --> Windows Components --> Windows Explorer. On the right hand side you will get a lot of options. Double click on " Removes the Folders options menu from the Tools menu " item (which the third option from the top). In the next screen click on "Enabled" and click on Apply (don't click on Ok). Again in the same screen click on "Disabled" and click on Apply and Ok. There you go you get back the Folder Options under the Tools menu.

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