File Explorer Gets Lots of Improvements in the Latest Windows 11 Build
Microsoft’s most recent Windows 11 preview build comes with a lot of improvements for File Explorer, the default file manager that’s offered as native in the OS.
File Explorer has evolved a lot lately, and the living proof is the addition of support for tabs, a feature that users have long been asking for in the file manager.
However, the software giant keeps refining the experience with File Explorer, obviously as part of the Windows Insider program.
The most recent preview build, for example, comes with a new middle-click option, allowing users to quickly open a folder in a new tab. This is precisely the behavior that browsers also use for new websites, as a middle-click on a link opens it in a new tab.
“Middle clicking a folder in the navigation pane of File Explorer will now open it in a new tab, like clicking a folder in the body of File Explorer already does. Please note that this requires tabbed File Explorer, which hasn’t rolled out to everyone in the Dev… (read more)
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