Microsoft Releases the Tabs Feature in File Explorer for Everyone on the Dev Channel

Windows 11: Microsoft Releases Tabs Feature in File Explorer for Everyone on the Dev Channel

This Wednesday (10th), Microsoft Releases the Tabs Feature in File Explorer for Everyone on the Dev Channel for Insiders subscribed to the Dev channel with new features and improvements, notably making the tabs in File Explorer available to everyone.

Although the developers started testing the tabs in Windows 11’s File Explorer 11 months ago, the new feature was only available to some users in the Beta channel and is only now available to all subscribers to the Dev channel.

Microsoft Releases Tabs Feature in File Explorer for Everyone on the Dev Channel

Microsoft Releases the Tabs Feature in File Explorer for Everyone on the Dev Channel

A Microsoft has been collecting feedback and fixing some issues over the last few weeks, and it is likely that the much-requested and long-awaited tabs in File Explorer will arrive for everyone in version 22H2 of Windows 11.

In addition, the system will also switch to using a neutral word list so that the spelling does not immediately correct a term in a language other than the standard, but Microsoft did not reveal more details on this point.

As usual, build 25179 of Windows 11 also comes with a long list of fixes for various issues, as well as another one for known issues like not being able to install the new version if you do not have 24 GB of free space or more.

Subscribers to the Dev channel should automatically receive Windows 11 build 25179 in the next few days. It is worth remembering that the Beta and Release Preview channels are testing the 22H2 version, which already includes many improvements and should arrive later this year.

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