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One of the new features in Windows 8 desktop user interface is the Ribbon in Windows Explorer (now called File Explorer). If you find no use for it, here’s how you can hide it. Hide Windows 8 File Explorer Ribbon You can minimize or expand the Ribbon in Explorer by clicking the small arrow icon […]
Is your hard-drive, USB, or even Dropbox account filling up faster than you can keep track? Want to know what is using up all of your space? Enter WinDirStat. WinDirStat is a free, open-source program that shows you a graphical representation of the data on your hard-drive(s). You can use it to scan your entire […]
One Windows feature from the old days that I really miss is the “up” button. It was simple, it was glorious, and it got the job done; no questions asked. The up button is the least confusing way possible to navigate “up one directory,” but Microsoft decided not to include it in Windows 7. Yet, […]
The line between Windows Explorer and Internet Explorer is already a bit blurry, but the same navigation and search functions that help us make sense of an infinite universe of web pages and Internet content would be just as handy for sifting through the vast constellation of files and folders on our local and networked […]