Of course, being an almost two-decade old experience, Microsoft had to make some modifications to allow users to install and run a 16-bit experience on Windows 10 devices using a 64-bit architecture. In this updated version of Windows File Manager, you’ll find changes, such as back and forth navigation, support for context menu (with many new options), drag and drop files from one location to another, and you’re getting a search feature that also supports subfolders. While the Windows 3.0 File Manager is available for Windows 10 devices, you must be running the Creator Update or newer version before installing the app.

Windows File Manager | Download at Microsoft

The app won’t revolutionize the way you browse files on Windows 10, but it’s a fun experience that brings back some of the user-interface available during the 90s. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.