Microsoft was using the traditional File Explorer in Windows for a very long. Now finally the new modern version of windows file explorer is to be introduced in Windows 10X.



The final version of Windows 10X includes a new modern File Explorer which has deep roots in OneDrive as part of Microsoft’s web-first approach.



 As you may be aware, File Explorer in Windows 10 is currently a part of the Windows Shell and it lets you browse the folders and files, but it’s also responsible for other parts of the OS.



Modern File Explorer doesn’t come with advanced features like ‘This PC’, but you can still browse local files alongside those in OneDrive. The modern replacement of File Explorer would be basic, at least for now.


The whole idea behind the scene is to Integrate the file Explorer with One Drive efficiently.


Desktop and web apps in Windows 10


Microsoft is not going to test the Windows 10X operating system with the public, which may lead to questions, concerns and assumptions about the quality of the OS and how first-party apps might pan out.
The final version of Windows 10 lacks support for Win32 apps, but a new service called ‘Cloud PC’ can be used to stream apps over the internet so they do not have to be installed natively.
Native desktop apps support for Windows 10X wouldn’t be launching until at least late 2021 or early 2022.
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