If you consider the default file explorer lacks features that help you do your job, you might want to search the Internet for a new one. UltraExplorer is a very interesting file managing system that supports tabbed browsing, among others.
Easy to use with multiple view types
The user interface of the application is clean and simple to navigate through. You can even use the hotkey usually applied to web browsers, in order to open a new tab (CTRL + T).
So, you can browse a folder to a new tab, enable auto refresh and toggle the viewing mode between icon, small icon, list, details, thumbnails, tile, detail thumbs and column mode, as well as enable dual pane listviews.
Tons of functions to work with
In addition, you can create and organize a favorites list, use the basic file managing commands, such as “cut”, “copy” and “paste”, enter edit mode, map a network drive, flatten a folder, use a search function, calculate folder sizes and enable context menu extensions.
Furthermore, you can display the "BreadCrumb" bar to quickly access parent folders in the current path hierarchy, fully customize the user interface, view history, filter and drop stack windows, and more.
Provides support so you quickly get accommodated
The file manager takes up an extremely low amount of system resources (definitely lower than Windows Explorer), supports several languages and keyboard shortcuts, and comes packed with a comprehensive help file for all noobies.
To end with
The bottom line is that UltraExplorer is a breeze of fresh air compared to other file managing systems and we definitely recommend it to those users (especially advanced ones) who are looking for an alternative to Windows Explorer. It's free, fast and probably what you're looking for.
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