I would love to see the full name of the folder on the tab instead of "..."!
If you want to see the full name of the folder on the tab, it is quite easy in the Quad Explorer!
Tabs are one of the most popular functions among pro users on Windows desktop and server systems. Almost every application now has tabs in the title bar, so it's a very useful and customizable extension in Quad Explorer too.
So you can easily see the full name of the folder on the tab, regardless of whether it is a Windows desktop or MS Server operating system! You can have tabs from different applications like File Explorer, Microsoft Word, and Edge in the same window.
I was looking for a 3 pane explorer and got a 4 pane explorer for Microsoft Windows OS! Wonderful only issue so far is that the tabs are too short to show the name of the drive!
The size of the File Explorer tab needs to be adjusted. I want to change my new tab size settings in Explorer. If I have to open fewer tabs, the big tab has to be big. As soon as the tabs have filled the available space, they can be reduced in size. I would like to adjust the settings for the tab size. If we have similar options, please let me know?
I miss the complete name of the directory on the table bar.
One feature I would find useful is if the tabs above the list-view could be variable width,?
Sometimes I suffer to find where working folder, and making few second of delay time. So, I suggest to rename the tab name, not current folder name. It makes more efficient to find more easily.
Fixed tab size in Quad-Explorer Q-Dir on MS Windows the File Explorer Alternative?
So that folder names are not cut off. In other words,?
I would find a feature very useful if the tabs above the list view with variable width could be such that folder names are not cut off. In other words, I would like to see the full name of the folder on the tab rather than just the first part and then "...".
I would like to see the full name of the folder in the tab, rather than just the first part and then "...".?
One of the most popular functional requirements for Windows is tabs in File Explorer. Microsoft has resisted adding tabs to File Explorer and apps in general for years after tabs were introduced in Internet Explorer 6 with a toolbar extension in 2005. This resistance will change on a large scale. Microsoft plans to add apps in Windows 10 tabs so you can better group apps.
I have a good idea to improve the work performance.