Anyone who uses Microsoft Windows regularly is probably familiar with Windows Explorer (aka File Explorer in Windows 10).
It is Windows' default program for locating documents, photos, videos and just about any file saved on your computer or external storage devices.
For instance, listing the files and their respective sizes within a folder and its sub-folders is a chore.
You can right-click on a folder to view its size properties but there is no usable breakdown of what files or subfolders are contained within.
From there, you can copy, cut, paste, rename and delete files.
You can even view the basic properties of a file or folder such as size, date created and sharing permissions.
For all its decent basic functions, there are still some things that Windows/File Explorer doesn't do really well.
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