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New Windows 11 Feature: Coming Soon

According to Microsoft’s statements, a new Windows 11 feature, one of the most anticipated, will soon be available to all users

Finally, the cards they are coming in File Explorer in Windows 11. Microsoft (here for more information on the company) has kicked off the launch of a highly anticipated new feature for Windows 11. This should be able to simplify navigation between files and folders. In the latest preview build of Windows 11 (25136)now available to Early Access Program members,

Microsoft has introduced a new system of tab in File Explorer. This is very similar to those found in web browsers. Instead of opening an additional instance of File Explorer to browse for a new location of files, users can now simply open a new tab, which will be neatly located within the same window.

New details for a new feature in Windows 11

The new look File Explorer was first announced in April, during an event focusing on hybrid work innovations for Windows 11. The goal is simple: reduce the clutter on the screen and make it easier to work on multiple file locations simultaneously by reducing the number of files. of windows open at the same time.

The announcement was well received by Windows fans, who have required the functionality for years. Virtually since it was introduced in macOS in 2013. Until now, users have had to rely on third-party solutions to enjoy the functionality of Windows 11, but not anymore. However, the new tab system isn’t the only change coming to File Explorer. As described in a new blog post, Microsoft also has renewed the side panelbringing the OneDrive cloud storage service to the fore.


Here are some statements from Microsoft.

File Explorer is introducing an updated left navigation pane layout, which will allow you to easily navigate to the folders that interest you,

Microsoft explained, adding

Updated organization provides easy access to frequently used and locked folders (Quick Access) and OneDrive cloud profiles added to Windows.

Also, classic folders such as Documents, Images, Downloads etc. they will no longer fit into “This PC”. A space that will now be reserved exclusively for computer hard drives and external storage. It is still unclear when the new version of File Explorer will make its way in a full public build, but users can at least take comfort in the fact that testing has now begun in earnest.

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Marco Dellapina

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