How to Get the Windows 10 File Explorer Ribbon in Windows 11

The Explorer Ribbon in Windows 11 is significantly cut in terms of displayed functions, unlike Windows 10. If you switched to Windows 11 and want to return the old classic Explorer from Windows 10, we will figure out how to do it.

Get Windows 10's File Explorer

Steps to Get Windows 10’s File Explorer in Windows 11

1 . Press the Win + R keyboard shortcut and type regedit to open the Registry Editor. In the registry, go along the path

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Shell Extensions

Right-click on Shell Extensions and New > Section. Name the new section Blocked.

2 . Next, right-click on Blocked and New> String Parameter. Give a name to the new string parameter.


3 . Restart your computer or process explorer in Task Manager, and then the old explorer with Windows 10 features will return to Windows 11.

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