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Windows File Manager is changing again, but at least this time it will be useful

Windows File Manager is changing again, but at least this time it will be useful

Windows File Manager receives significantly more attention from Microsoft than other manufacturer software. It may be renewed a little soon.

05/20/2024 – Microsoft is constantly changing its Windows operating systems. At present, this clearly covers version 11, and 10 only receives a few additions and patches from the company. However, most of the changes happen behind the scenes, under the hood, which most users don't know about. Fortunately, Microsoft also updates a large number of frequently used system applications. Here we can take the AI-complemented Paint program or Notepad, which has been developed on several levels. However, there is one application that deserves special attention, which is File Manager.

The file manager appears on every computer several times a day, even if the device owner uses a third-party file management application. Recently, tabs have also arrived here, the use of which has become more flexible. However, the latest Windows 11 beta reveals that Microsoft can do more transformations on the file manager. The development will be mostly useful in case of shared and frequently used folders and files.

Additional tabs are added to the Windows Task Manager

The new features appeared specifically in build 22635.3640, but additional steps are still needed to implement them beforehand. It can be guessed from this that it will take at least a month or two before they can reach the live branch. The quick access view of the file manager will change as shown above. In addition to the Favorites and Recent tabs, a Shared tab will also be added, but access to frequently used files and folders will also be more seamless. Thanks to this, Windows 11 users will be able to save precious seconds. Among the factory applications, the file manager has received the most improvements in the recent period, and it can be felt that Microsoft wants to turn it into a real all-in-one program. Hopefully they won't fall on the other side of the horse, but the person who comes here will advertisements Announced earlier.

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