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View high quality photos on your digital camera with the RAW Image Extension
View your professional-looking graphics on your digital camera with the RAW Image Extension with the Windows 10 May 2019 Update.
Hiding a file
To hide a file: 1. Go to a folder that has a file in File Explorer. 2. Double-click a file while holding down ALT. 3. Click to check the Hidden box, and then click OK. Note: You won't be able to see a file if you go to the same folder in File Explorer. However, you can go to File Explorer Options, and then click Show hidden files, folders, and drives on the View tab.
Zipping one or more files
To zip one or more files: 1. In a folder in File Explorer, highlight all of the files by pressing CTRL + A. 2. Right-click any of the highlighted file as long as all files are highlighted, point to Send to, and then click Compressed (zipped) folder. 3. Type the name and press ENTER. Tips: You can also zip one or more folders. You can share your compressed (zipped) folder to someone for e-mailing or to another computer on the network.
So hard to use the search function in File Explorer of 1909
Hi, I am a so old Windows user since Windows 3.2. I found it so hard to use the updated search function in File Explorer of 1909. 1. In 1903 and earlier, I click the search box, the search ribbon tool appear immediatelly, and I can modify the search options, like search by time/size and/or other properties. In 1909, the search ribbon tool does not come out immediatelly, I have to type something before the tools appear, and delete what I have typed to search all the files with just the modified option. It is not satisfied. 2. When I click the search box, the history list does not jump out smoothly. Sometimes it has no response, no input icon, I have to close the file explorer window, which is quite annoying. 3. The appear of address and search box are changed, they look taller than before, I perferde the slim design.
Creating a New File From the Context Menu
You can create a new file from the context menu before opening a program that supports it. To do this: 1. Right-click the desktop, and then point to New. (Or right-click inside a folder in File Explorer, and then point to New.) 2. Choose whatever you want for creating a new file. For example, you could click Microsoft Word Document or Text Document. 3. Type the name of a new file and press ENTER.
Finding files, documents and apps on your device...
How easy or difficult is it for you to find files, documents and apps on your device? What do you wish you could change or make simpler in this process?
Preventing changes to a file
To prevent changes to a file: 1. In File Explorer, go to a folder that contains a file. 2. Double-click a file while holding down ALT. 3. Click to check the Read-only box, and then click OK. Note While your file is set to read-only, you can't make changes to it while using a program, such as Microsoft Word or Paint. However, you can save it by typing another name while keeping a read-only file intact.
Tips and tricks: file and folder operations
It is easy to cut, copy, delete, move, or paste files/folders from one folder to another but shown below are quicker ways to perform file operations: Pressing CTRL+C copies the file. Pressing CTRL+V pastes the file. Pressing CTRL+X cuts the file and makes it ready to be pasted elsewhere. Pressing SHIFT+DELETE permanently deletes a file without sending it to the Recycle Bin. Pressing CTRL+Z performs an undo operation on a file or folder. Pressing CTRL+Y performs a redo operation on a file or folder. Pressing CTRL+SHIFT+N creates a new folder. There are some more tips and tricks on file and folder operations shown below: If you drag a file or folder to another folder in the same drive, it is moved. Holding down CTRL performs a copy. If you drag a file or folder to another folder in another drive, it is coped. Holding down SHIFT moves it out of the primary drive. If you drag a file or folder to another folder in the same or another drive while holding down ALT, it is copied as a shortcut. A shortcut to a file or folder can then be placed on the desktop for easy access. Right-click on a file or folder, and then click Delete while holding down SHIFT to permanently delete it. If you drag a file or folder to another folder in the same or another drive while holding down your right mouse button, the following options appear: Copy Here, Move Here, and Create Shortcut(s) Here. Moving a file or folder to the Recycle Bin while holding down SHIFT permanently deletes it. If you use a folder frequently for working with files, you can pin it to Quick Access. Just right-click the folder in File Explorer, and then click Pin to Quick Access. Or drag it to Quick Access, which pins it there. Right-clicking a program's icon pinned to the taskbar shows you recent files like documents, websites, folders, and so on. If you frequently work on a file, right-click a program's icon pinned to the taskbar and click the pin icon.
Back up with Windows to safeguard your information
Don't lose important or irreplaceable information if something happens to your device. Backing up your information is important and even painless, with tools provided in Windows 10.
Absence of a beautiful feature once found back in windows 98
When I use windows explorer in windows 10, I miss not only the beauty of windows file explorer of windows 98 but also miss the visual power of explaining the levels or depths of folders or folders within folders with the help of guiding lines i.e. a folder at the level of my grand father then to my father then to me then to my son then to my grand son and so on. See the images about windows 98 file explorer on internet to understand what I mean. Such as below like this image -----> http://www.wincorner.com/home/images/FmLfnsFM.gif
Like many of the finer things in life, File Explorer has gotten better with age. To check it out in Windows 10, select its icon on the taskbar or the Start menu, or press the Windows logo key + E on your keyboard.
Search File Explorer: Open File Explorer from the taskbar or right-click on the Start menu, and choose File Explorer, then select a location from the left pane to search or browse. For example, select This PC to look in all devices and drives on your computer, or select Documents to look only for files stored there.
Welcome to the very best File Explorer for Xbox One, with easy navigation, Tabs and Password Protection. Features: Extract: ZIP, RAR, TAR, GZip. Set Images as Wallpapers on your device. Video Player, you can use the built in video player or open your media with an external video player. Text editor, edit text files from your console.
I have been feverishly looking for a good file explorer app for quite a while & I have found it! I love this app! It has such a good UI! My favorite feature is the ability to choose & attach files to new email messages in the Mail App (through the Share Charm), which the native desktop Explorer cannot do (through the Ribbon).
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