Normally, when you open the Windows Assemblies folder,
you should see a list of assemblies with detailed information, and without any directory structure.
To see these assemblies in a proper folder structure, you may have to do a little work.
1) Launch Regedit
Open Run from the start menu (OR press Ctrl+R) and type “regedit” and press Enter.
2) Navigate to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Fusion
HKLM => HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
Click on Fusion in the registry
3) Add a DWORD called “DisableCacheViewer” and set its value to 1
Right-click anywhere in the right section of the window, and click New > DWORD (32-bit) Value.
Name it “DisableCacheViewer”
Now right click on the DWORD added and click Modify, a small window will appear, type 1, and press Enter.
Now if you re-open C:\Windows\assembly\, It should show the Folder structure instead of the assembly view.
If you don’t like this directory structure, you can always revert this, Just change the above DWORD value to 0 (zero), or delete the DWORD that we just created above.