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How to get Windows 10 File Explorer in Windows 11


There are many things to like Windows 11, But for many people, the new design of File Explorer is disappointing. It has a similar layout and the same layout and functions as Windows 10’s File Explorer, but there is no ribbon menu, and many common menu items (such as “View Extension”) are hidden in the option submenu.

To make matters worse, the buttons for basic functions such as cut, paste, and rename are just icons, and there are no tool tips or text on them to tell you what they do (probably this is an error). The jump list obtained when you right-click a folder may also have fewer options.

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Fortunately, there is an easy way to restore the old Windows 10 File Explorer with a ribbon and jump menu. You only need to edit the registry.

How to restore Windows 10 File Explorer to Windows 11

1. Open registrationYou can do this in Windows 11 by pressing Windows + R and entering regedit in the run box, or you can use the search function to search for regedit. Click yes If user account control requires permission.

Enter regedit in the run box

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2. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerAdvanced

Folder in Regedit

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3. right click In the right pane and select New->DWORD (32-bit) value. A new entry appears with the name “New Value#” and a number.

Add a new DWORD (32-bit) value

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4. Rename your value to SeparateProcess. It must be spelled exactly like this.

Renamed to SeparateProcess.

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5. Open a separate process By double-clicking it and Change the value to 1. Click OK.

Set the separation process to 1

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6. Close registration with Restart your computer.


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