Difference between revisions of "File Explorer"

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'''File Explorer''' is the application responsible for the [[Microsoft Windows|Windows]] user interface (shell) and the default Windows file manager. The first build to include it was [[Windows 95]] [[Windows 95 build 58s|build 58s]], under the name of ''Cabinet'' for the shell portion and ''File Cabinet'' for the file manager part. It was a 16-bit program (<code>CABINET.EXE</code>) in this build, and became 32-bit in [[Windows 95 build 73f|build 73f]] (<code>CAB32.EXE</code>). [[Windows 95 build 189|Build 189]] is the first leaked build to rename Cabinet to ''Windows Explorer'' (<code>EXPLORER.EXE</code>). During the development of Windows 95, several [[Windows NT 3.5x#Shell Technology Preview (NewShell)|''Shell Technology Previews'']] were released for [[Windows NT 3.5x|Windows NT 3.51]], that brought the new user interface to the NT series. [[Internet Explorer 4]] updated Windows Explorer with a new, web-integrated experience. [[Windows Vista]] saw major changes to Explorer, simplifying the UI somewhat, as well as removing features Microsoft thought were under-utilized. [[Windows 7]] added Libraries to the Explorer experience. In [[Windows 8]], Windows Explorer was renamed to ''File Explorer'' and received the ribbon UI. [[Windows 11]] redesigned the file manager UI again.
'''File Explorer''' is the application responsible for the [[Microsoft Windows|Windows]] user interface (shell) and the default Windows file manager. The first build to include it was [[Windows 95]] [[Windows 95 build 58s|build 58s]], under the name of ''Cabinet'' for the shell portion and ''File Cabinet'' for the file manager part. It was a 16-bit program (<code>CABINET.EXE</code>) in this build, and became 32-bit in [[Windows 95 build 73f|build 73f]] (<code>CAB32.EXE</code>). [[Windows 95 build 189|Build 189]] is the first leaked build to rename Cabinet to ''Windows Explorer'' (<code>EXPLORER.EXE</code>). During the development of Windows 95, several [[Windows NT 3.5x#Shell Technology Preview (NewShell)|''Shell Technology Previews'']] were released for [[Windows NT 3.5x|Windows NT 3.51]], that brought the new user interface to the NT series. [[Internet Explorer 4]] updated Windows Explorer with a new, web-integrated experience. [[Windows Vista]] saw major changes to Explorer, simplifying the UI somewhat, as well as removing features Microsoft thought were under-utilized. [[Windows 7]] added Libraries to the Explorer experience. In [[Windows 8]], Windows Explorer was renamed to ''File Explorer'' and received the ribbon UI. [[Windows 11]] redesigned the file manager UI again.


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