I’ve tested Files through several iterations. It can replace the default Windows File Explorer many tasks but has some gaps that power users will notice. Those gaps continue to close as development moves forward. It works well with touch or a mouse and keyboard and supports many features you’d expect.
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The new look will come to people running Windows 11 and Windows 10, though the mica effect won’t appear on Windows 10.
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