If you are desiring a picture or document that is lost? Deciding to make it uncomplicated to look at and control all your files? These ideas would assist you to master File Explorer, especially in Windows 10 and 11.
1) Personalize Quick Access View
The Quick Access section of File Explorer emerges at the peak of the left pane and shows your most regularly used folders as well as the latest files. As this part is considered to be the home to the folders you crave to access most repeatedly, you can personalize the Quick Access view to make it more functional.
2) Launch and display ‘This PC’ By Default
In Windows 10 and 11, File Explorer is about to launch in Quick Access view by default. But you can press this and regress to the “This PC” view rather.
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In Windows 10 File Explorer, you have to press to see the menu and then have just press the Options icon. From the Options of the folder window, just click on the Open Explorer to set and use the drop-down menu to alter it from Quick Access to “This PC.” Press on the Click OK and then you must have to close File Explorer.
3) Select the Ribbon On or Off in Windows 10
Windows 10 shows a ribbon full of commands for the Home, Share, and View classifications and lists. By default, you have to opt for each tab for displaying the ribbon, then you must have to long-press another part of the screen to do it vanish. This saves space since the ribbon emerges only when you require it. Meanwhile, you can pinch it so that you always look for the commands accessible for the current ribbon.
4) Display and Hide File Extensions
In Windows 10 File Explorer, press on the View tab at the peak to show the View ribbon. You just need to press the box next to File name extensions for turning on the checkmark and unveil the extensions.