yes, open file explorer, click on the view icon on the top left corner, then click on the options icon on the top right corner. Once there choose wich option you want in "open file explorer to ...

Windows 10 offers a number of benefits over its predecessors, including improved boot and wake-from-sleep times, the ability to run Universal apps, the Cortana voice assistant and Xbox game streaming.

Windows 10 File Explorer looks like this: MacOSX Finder column view looks like this: I don't like how Windows displays a mix of drop down menus (seen in the left column) and standard folders, and I don't like how I can't see all the folders and files in the directories above mine--only in the topmost directory (seen in the lefthand column).

There are a lot of changes in Windows 10’s File Explorer compared to Windows 7’s Windows Explorer. If you’ve upgraded to Windows 10 and you don’t like the changes, we’ll show you how you can get the look and feel of Windows 7’s Windows Explorer back.

I too like the way File Explorer should look according to your images. I guess you should post these images at Technet forums, so that Windows development team can a have a look at it:

All of the usual File Explorer settings are still here in Windows 10: Options to show or conceal hidden files, keep new folders in the same window, set the default look for opened folders, and so on.

While Windows 10 is proving to be a great OS, many people pine for the days of Windows 7. It was simpler back then. If you tried holding onto the older OS but were upgraded automatically, or you ...

Windows 10 tip: Make the File Explorer navigation pane work like classic Windows Explorer. In Windows 10, File Explorer's left-hand pane gives preferred status to cloud services such as OneDrive.

The File Explorer program, formerly known as Windows Explorer, has been a core element of the operating system for decades. Like most of the various portions of the operating system, it’s been ...

In Windows 7 and Windows 8, File Explorer opens by default to the ‘Computer’ or ‘This PC’ view, respectively, giving users an overview of their home folders, local drives, and network ...