The File Explorer program, formerly known as Windows Explorer and has been given a noticeable overhaul in Windows 10. Now you can see new tools to acclimated like the basic layout and functionality. Here’s a quick guide on some of the finer points How to Customize File Explorer in Windows 10.
In File Explorer Windows 10, You can Customize Pin to Quick Access, Remove Pin to Quick Access, Show Only Pinned Folders and Open to This PC. The Quick Access area, which by default is the first section of the Navigation Pane in the left-hand column, is essentially a “Bookmarks” bar for File Explorer. It shows both your most recently-accessed folders and “pinned” folders, folders that you manually assign to this area to quickly get to from any folder in Windows. You can do this with any folder in Windows: just right-click or long-press any folder on any screen, then click “Pin to Quick access“. See Customize Quick Access in Windows 10 – Pin, Remove and Show Pinned Folders.
OneDrive Works in Windows 10, Microsoft’s cloud storage service, gets a dedicated folder beneath the Quick Access area. Other folders on your computer are available in a tree view below OneDrive. See How to OneDrive Works in Windows 10.
You can Use an App to Share, Use OneDrive, Send an Email and Share Over a Network or On a Shared PC. See Share Files in File Explorer Windows 10.
There are dozens of keyboard shortcuts that are available in File Explorer, but here are some of the most useful:
Note: Many of change in Windows 10, File Explorer in Windows 10 now has gotten better. So, to check it out in Windows 10, select File Explorer icon on the taskbar or the Start menu, or press the Windows logo key + E on your keyboard.