- Open new window – opens new File Explorer
- Open Windows PowerShell – starts PowerShell normal and as Administrator
- Options – you can customize Folder options
- Help and Close need no explanation 🙂
Many actions you can find on the context menu when you click right-click. Most of them have shortcuts but Ribbon is good to be visible when you have Windows in tab mode.
- Share – shares an item with the help of installed applications, like Skype and OneNote
- Email – send an item as an email
- Burn to disc, Print, and send an item with Fax
- Remove access – you can stop sharing the item or change the sharing permissions
- Advanced Security – change permissions for the selected item
You can customize the Navigation pane(left column), show/hide Preview and Details pane, how to display the items on the right panel, how to group them and sort the items, show/hide file name extensions and hidden files and more.
- Previous and Next buttons goes to the previous location you were
- Down button shows a list with the folders you have recently used.
- Up button goes to the parent folder
- location shows the directory you are and all their parents. If you click it you will see the location as your see it in the command line
- Search helps you find files with the name you will specify. Notice that it will search only the directory you are at.
If you click the