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Organizing your digital life with File Explorer
Customize how you save and organize files. By taking full advantage of the options available in File Explorer, you’ll know how to find and share any file you own.
Productivity Pro Tip: Find files quickly using Quick access in File Explorer
File Explorer is many people's favorite way to find their documents and files. In Windows 10, Quick access makes it even easier to get the files you use and need often.
OneDrive Files on-Demand: Your files, your way
Meet the team behind One Drive Files on Demand and hear their story about how storing content and making it easily accessible to you has been their top priority.
How to use OneDrive Files On-Demand
Windows engineer Eric Gold shows how Files On-Demand helps you save and work with your files. Here's how to keep your files accessible from anywhere, without filling up your device storage.
Tips and tricks: File Explorer switches
You can use File Explorer switches in the Run dialog box. Explorer [/e] [/select] [/separate] /e Opens File Explorer with the Navigation pane turned on (if it is turned off). The default to open File Explorer by using "explorer /e" (without the quotes) is the Documents folder. You can open another folder by using "explorer /e,[drive:]path" (for example, "explorer /e,c:\users"). /select The parent folder opens and the specified object is selected. (For example, "explorer /select,c:\windows\regedit.exe".) /separate Opens File Explorer in a separate process. Tip: You can also create shortcuts to File Explorer switches.
Features in File Explorer
Make it possible in File Explorer to open in new window with the mouse wheel! Necessary, Add the ability to open folders in another Explorer window with the middle mouse button (wheel). It's like opening new tab (window) in Internet browser using the mouse wheel..
Troubleshooting Microsoft Office file opening problems
Understanding how to approach file execution errors and troubleshooting for solutions.
No Dark Mode File Explorer on Work PC
I am a huge fan of everything dark mode on my P.C. My personal has everything dark, even the file explorer folders. However, on my work P.C. that is not the case. I cannot make this setting dark. Is this because my system is administered by the organization?
What file view do you prefer in your file explorer?
These are the available options on my PC: extra large icons, large icons, medium icons, small icons, list, details, tiles, content? Which one do you usually choose and what does it depend on?
Share your files with nearby sharing
Send files and links to another computer directly and quickly, with Nearby sharing using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
Now, you can use apps to share files and photos right from File Explorer. Select the files you want to share, go to the Share tab, select the Share button, and then choose an app. For more info on sharing options, see Share files in File Explorer.. If you're coming from Windows 7, here are a couple more differences:
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.
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).
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.
File Explorer is not the same tool as Internet Explorer. To open Internet Explorer, in the search box on the taskbar, type Internet Explorer, and then select Internet Explorer (Desktop app) from the results. To open File Explorer in Windows 10, select its icon on the taskbar, press the Windows logo key + E on your keyboard, or select Start ...