One of the most popular features in Windows is the File Explorer.
The built-in application, also commonly known as the File Manager, serves one purpose.
The very thing it is named for, managing files and folders. But it has evolved over the years. The UI of the application has changed quite a bit. From a normal one in Windows XP to Windows 7, the File Explorer has been “improved” in more ways than one, from unzipping files without any need for installing an application for that.
Did you know that you mount an ISO in Windows 10 without the need for any third party software?
Yet there is one missing feature which no version of Windows has [...]
Q-Dir is a free File Explorer replacement application for Windows.
It is actually very old and popular, and is constantly updated.
Q-Dir is also called as Quad Explorer, and there is a reason why. It has four tabs (quad), whoich allows you to browse 4 different folders in a single window. This saves you a lot of time, when transferring files from one folder to another. Speaking of which you can drag and drop files and folders from one tab to another. This even works when dragging files from other apps.
The UI isn’t the greatest, but that shouldn’t be an issue. The program was designed to have a minimalistic toolbar, and so it can use all of [...]
We are back again with another tutorial for new users of Windows 10.
Today, we will be showing you how to use a new feature called Quick Access.
No, it is not the shortcuts you see in the Start Menu, rather it is found in Windows 10’s File Explorer. By default there is an icon on the Taskbar for the File Explorer, but if you removed it, click on the Start Button and select the File Explorer shortcut or press the key combo Windows + E, to open File Explorer.
Notice the left pane of the File Explorer, it is divided into several parts: Quick Access, OneDrive Folder, This PC and Network.
Quick Access as the name suggests, has shortcuts for [...]
Mozilla has released Firefox 40.0, with full compatibility for Windows 10.
Frankly, I have been using the browser on Windows 10 ever since I began using the technical preview of the operating system eight months ago, in January, this year.
Last week, Mozilla released Firefox 39.0.3, which fixed a critical vulnerability in the built-in PDF Reader of the browser. And if you remember, I mentioned in that post, that Mozilla would be releasing Firefox 40 around August 11th, as per its calendar schedule.
So let’s take a look at the changes that the Firefox 40.0 update brings.
Mozilla has beefed up the security of the browser, by blocking malicious [...]