Windows 11, released by Microsoft in 2021, has been criticized for many errors since its release. It turned out that the company, which has solved the majority of the problems in the operating system, is now working on File Explorer in Windows 11.
File Explorer is revamped with Windows 11!
Microsoft has been working on skins for Windows 11 apps lately. It turned out that the company, which recently offered the tab feature for Notepad to Insider users for testing, is now working to completely renew File Explorer.
Looking at the revamped File Explorer shared by Windows Central, we see a number of design improvements in the left-hand menu and search box. On the other hand, we can say that the icons of the pages in the menu have also changed.
A section called Gallery will also be added to make the File Explorer look even richer. There will be previews of the images and will enlarge when you hover over the photo. Thus, it will be possible to see the image closely without opening it.
Another feature is quite similar to the Finder app on macOS. You will be able to separate files and folders by keyword and color. This will result in an improved and pleasant appearance. You will be able to find the file you are looking for more easily.
Microsoft is expected to launch the revamped File Explorer sometime in 2023. May come with 23H2 version. The company may also release all new features by spreading them across multiple updates. The first major File Explorer update since Windows 8 was released with Windows 11.
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