If you’re using Windows, you must be familiar with File Explorer. File Explorer — previously called Windows Explorer — is the de facto file manager in Windows. It’s a basic tool that helps you manage files and folders on your computer.
Though it gets the job done, it misses a few functionalities that can make your digital life a lot easier or productive (if you ask me). Fortunately, it’s possible to extend the File Explorer on Windows 10. You can install third-party apps (or so-called extensions) that extend the features of the default File Explorer.
The result? You get a better, more powerful or user-friendly file manager. You can quickly manage files, convert them, load from or save to the cloud, search in your old archives, and do a lot more — efficiently! So, let’s check the list.