File Manager Returns

filemanager-largeiconThis isn’t something I’d expect from Microsoft, and it must have been a bit of a flashback for Ian Ellison-Taylor.

File Manager, once the default file management tool during the heyday of Windows 3.x and NT has come back to life for Windows 10. Now available in open source under a MIT license, two variations of the source code have been published on GitHub. The only dependency is for the Visual Studio 2015 C++ runtime to be installed on your PC.

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Halfway Point to a New PC

A little while ago I purchased a new Corsair case, see it here, undecided and short on cash at the time for other parts. Received in the mail today were several items bringing me closer to having this PC complete. I ended up taking the AMD route this time, which I haven’t done since the AMD Athlon days in the early 2000s.

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