Emulator images of Windows 10X, the Windows 10 OS variant for Dual-Screen Surface devices like Surface Neo, reveal a Modern File explorer that Microsoft is working on. This UWP file explorer looks unfinished and can manage only OneDrive files currently. But now enthusiasts have been able to port it to Windows 10.
.@wincommunity backported the new Windows 10X File Manager to Windows 10 😆 pic.twitter.com/bisQLZ90YA
— Aggiornamenti Lumia (@ALumia_Italia) March 11, 2020
And not only it was ported to Windows 10, it was made to even manage the local files and system files with the help of some tweak in “index.main.js file”.
Yes the new file explorer can be used to access local files pic.twitter.com/Yp73iZXAhF
— Matthew (@Matthew4850) March 10, 2020
We recently reported about job listings that reveal that Microsoft is working on a new File exlorer that is meant for both Windows 10 and Windows 10X. So, we may be currently looking at the very initial version of that file explorer.
Check the screenshots posted by many enthusiasts on Twitter in the galley below.
You can read our comprehensive list of new Windows 10X features and UI changes by clicking here. Read our complete Windows 10X coverage here.