Windows 10 Lets You Share Files Directly From File Explorer

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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One of the new features that will make its way into Windows 10 is the ability to share files directly from within the file explorer menu. This is a much welcome feature that will appeal to modern users and won’t upset the desktop ones.
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Windows 10 comes with a bunch of new features, both big and minor, and those of you who have signed up for the Windows Insider program have managed to see what the new operating system from Microsoft is all about.

One of the newest features that you should really know about is the ability to share your files directly from File Explorer. So, for example, if you select some video file or picture or a document or just about anything else, you will find the Share button on the ‘Share’ tab of the Ribbon. A message will pop-up saying – “share the selected items to an app”.

And that app could very well be your mail, so, you will be able to easily send archives with files you want to send over, without having to go online. It’s a nice minor features that will improve our daily work.

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