It includes showing files that the user might want to open. They will have spaces at the top of the main tab.

Currently, only members of the Windows Insider program on Dev Channel can test the new feature. At the same time, it’s unclear exactly when it will be made available to a wider audience, including casual users.

It is reported that the suggested files will be cloud files belonging to users. While this feature is useful in theory, there are concerns that it might cause ads to show in File Explorer as Microsoft has experimented with ads in the past.

Meanwhile, the Windows Latest report says Microsoft is working on a similar feature called “Recommended Content” for the Start menu. In turn, it will show recommended apps and files.

Source: Ferra

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