Windows 10 Tipp: Entsperren der UWP-Datei-Explorer


Windows 10 Tipp: Entsperren der UWP-Datei-Explorer

Wenn Sie Windows verwenden 10 Version 1703 (Schöpfer Update) oder neuer, here’s a nice surprise: You can unlock a hidden UWP version of File Explorer!

Hinweis: Tip of the hat to Pravin Vibhute for finding this. I discovered it via Neowin die, im Gegenzug, found out about it from OnMSFT.

To enable the UWP (Universal Windows Platform) File Explorer, create a new shortcut (on your desktop, typically).

Dann, enter the following into the Create Shortcut window that appears:

explorer shell:AppsFolderc5e2524a-ea46-4f67-841f-6a9465d9d515_cw5n1h2txyewy!App

Dann, name as desired and you’re good to go: You can launch the app from there, or pin it to your taskbar and Start menu.

As to Microsoft’s intentions here, we can only guess. This File Explorer app has been shipping in Windows 10 Mobile for some time, aber natürlich, so few people use that platform that I assume most readers are unfamiliar with it. But the app makes a lot more sense in Windows 10 for PCs, and seems to work well.

Dies vorausgeschickt, it is a simple app. I haven’t figured out how to launch multiple instances for multitasking, Zum Beispiel. Nor can you drag and drop files or folders to/from this app.



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