With Windows 10, Microsoft introduced a new area of the File Explorer called 'Home' that stores your recently viewed files or folders and doesn't require any registry tweaks too.
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The Windows 10 Technical Preview has a bunch of new features that were not publicly announced when the build was released earlier this month but one such item is 'frequent folders'.
There are quite a few hidden updates in the Windows 10 Technical Preview and we are continuing to uncover some of these gems; this time around, we've found a new feature in File Explorer.
A couple of Neowin members have created some concepts for how the "Metro" (now "modern) UI could be used in the File Explorer feature for Microsoft's Windows 8.
New images of Windows 8 build 843x have leaked and it shows that Windows Explorer is being renamed to File Explorer. Make the jump to learn more and see the screenshots for the build.