A. By default, Explorer changes the case of your filenames so that a file you name c:\iLikeTOTypeTHiS appears as c:\Iliketotypethis. Microsoft calls this PrettyPath, and you can disable it by performing the following steps:
- Start regedit.exe.
- Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced.
- Double-click DontPrettyPath (or create this key with a type of REG_DWORD if it doesn't exist).
- Set the value to 1 to keep the case as you type it or 0 to adjust the case as Explorer requires.
- Click OK.
- Close regedit.
- Restart the machine.