Did you ever think about making the File Explorer in Windows 10 look and work more like the Windows Explorer from Windows 7? If you could hide or completely remove its ribbon and get rid of all those large buttons shown on it, you might feel more at home in Windows 10 than you do now. If you want to know how to hide or disable the ribbon from File Explorer in Windows 10, read on:
In Windows 10, File Explorer can open and eject ISO disc images without requiring users to install third-party apps for this task. This feature comes in handy when you are trying to work with disc images, view and interact with their content. In this article, we show you the straightforward process of using File Explorer to mount and unmount any ISO image file you need to work with:
If you've recently tinkered with File Explorer's settings in Windows, you might be surprised to discover some files called desktop.ini in all the folders on your computer or device. The two desktop.ini files present on your Desktop are the most noticeable and raise a lot of questions: What are these files and why are there two of them on your Desktop? What purpose do they serve? How do you get rid of them? In this guide, we aim to shed some light on these matters, so read on to find the answers you seek:
Have you ever needed to know when an NTFS partition was created or when Windows first initialized a drive and made it available for use? Although there are no easy, user-friendly ways to find out, we know two different methods by which you can find this information, by yourself. If you are curious to learn, read on:
By default, Windows 10 hides many files and folders from you view . First of all, it hides the items that you have set as hidden, as well as those set as hidden by other user accounts, the apps that you use, and Windows 10 itself. Second, the operating system also hides from view the files and folders that are critical to its operation, so that users do not delete them or change them in ways that lead to malfunctions. If you want to view all the files and folders that are hidden in Windows 10, read this guide and learn how:
One of the things I do not like about File Explorer in Windows 10, is the fact that it starts by default on the Quick Access section. There I see my recent files and frequent folders. However, I prefer viewing my drives and user folders like Documents or Downloads. If you do too, read this tutorial and see how to set File Explorer to open This PC instead of Quick Access:
Windows 10 uses impressive pictures for the desktop background and for the Lock Screen. Some of them look great, and we especially like the new default wallpaper for Windows 10 May 2019 Update. If you want to know the location of those images, so that you can use them as wallpapers for other PCs and devices, read this article:Where to see the background pictures used by Windows 10
Windows 10 uses a set of wallpapers that are found on every PC or device where it is installed. When you open the Settings app, go to Personalization.
One of the best things about File Explorer in Windows 10 is its ribbon user interface, which introduces a system of tabs and buttons that make it easier for users to work with files and folders. The Home tab is where you find the tools that you need most often while browsing files and folders with File Explorer. In this tutorial, we show you nine ways to use the Home tab so that you can become a productive user of File Explorer:
In Windows 10, File Explorer has a ribbon interface with lots of tabs and options. The View tab is one of the most useful, as it gives you many different ways in which to browse and look at your files. You can make File Explorer show you different panes with different types of information, change the layout of your files and folders, sort them, hide them and so on. Here are ten ways in which you can browse your files in Windows 10, as an IT Professional:
Most Windows 10 users browse the files and folders on their PCs and devices, using the File Explorer app created by Microsoft for this purpose. The app is built into the operating system and itțs found at one click away, on the taskbar. However, many users do not know all its features and capabilities, so they never use it as productively as they could.