St Thumbnails Explorer 15 Beta 5 Crack
This build introduces a new thumbnail preview window that lets you quickly view thumbnails of all the files in a directory or folder. You can even interact with them by zooming or rotating them.
Today, we’re introducing a new private windows area in File Explorer where you can create folders, copy files, and access the files and folders in your encrypted drive. You can also add items to favorites, organize your files and subfolders, use tabs to make navigating your files and folders faster, and view other users in your Favorites folder. For more information about the new area, check out what Insiders are saying about this build.
Check out new features in this build, File Explorer > Open with another app, Copy to the clipboard, Using Cortana, the new location of your Favorites folder, and more below.
New in this build, File Explorer Open with another app lets you quickly open files and folders in different apps. Just right-click a file or folder, and select Open with another app from the shortcut menu, and choose what app to open the file or folder with. You can also right-click a folder and select Open with “Recent apps”, the default, or a folder in your Favorites folder and select it. If you cant use a file or folder in the app, you can right-click it and select the Copy to the clipboard option.
Have you ever tried using the Favorites folders in File Explorer? Now you can, with this build, when you click on Favorites in the Home folder, you can see your Favorites folders and choose which one to use as the active folder.
The new beta also allows you to pin apps to the taskbar. A feature known as “pinning” is an updated version of the “Windows favorites” feature, which lets you designate a quick-start directory. For example, you can have your browser set as your home page, and have its desktop icon pinned to your taskbar.
You can manage the information displayed next to file and folder thumbnails. Go to Tools > Settings in File Explorer and select the View tab. You can add a remark, a date, and even the current volume level to the bottom of each thumbnail. The remark can be up to 256 characters.
There are several files that can be registered to get thumbnails via the St command. For that, select the St Wizard menu and choose “Register a file” or “Register a folder”. You will have to enter a name, a location, and a file type.
Finally, it adds a few other new features to various places including a Security tab in the File Explorer Options dialog in which you can set the prompt to run under the context of a standard user or the current user, and one in which Settings can now be opened from the command bar.
This build also fixes a variety of other issues, including a couple of in Settings, one in the custom theme dialog in which the Theme file didnt open some folders or load their folder that wasnt in the default theme, and one in which the social accounts panel was missing from the File Explorer Options dialog.
This build also introduces a couple of less significant changes, including one in which File Explorer no longer insists youre in the category in which you want to expand, and another that lets you choose from a wider range of sound, video and image formats when you import a video.