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Posted by on Jun 29, 2012 in Internet, Software |

Windows Explorer is now called Windows File Explorer 8

Windows Explorer is now called Windows File Explorer 8

It seems that Microsoft wants to do an extreme makeover to everything surrounding for this smells really something new, but this only involved a simple change of name to one of the major systems of this OS. The case is now changes its name, although its functionality remains the same.

As recorded by The Verge, before the company used the name File Manager in earlier versions of Windows for the system that allowed users to create and manage files and directories. Renamed Windows Explorer in Windows 95, Microsoft also introduced where the Start button menu.

Thus, with the elimination of the Start button and the menu of Windows 8, in part because people stop using it and the other to make this look much cleaner interface is that Microsoft is willing to do whatever it takes so that its final operating system looks as such, or again.

We hope to see more changes before it reaches the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) which is scheduled for late July. It is also expected that the final and definitive copy of this OS is coming to stores in mid-October.

Link: Microsoft switches to File Explorer in Windows 8 name, bids farewell to Windows Explorer (TheVerge)

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