Classic File Explorer With Ribbon


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What is the purpose of saving to the local folder and should I?
In my opinion, I believe it is a personal taste and how much you trust your files being stored in the cloud. To me, I do not trust the cloud at all and I don't store anything there. All my files are stored either in the Documents folder on my local drive or in one of its sub-folders. That's one reason the new file explorer makes it more difficult for me to access them since it no longer has that ">" to allow me to access Document's sub-folders.
 

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Batch file to open Explorer with Ribbon (using the Control Panel method) - works for me most of the time. Tabs can't be opened in Ribbon View.
Code:
<# ::
:: note: When Explorer opens with the Ribbon, it's not possible to add tabs.
setlocal
powershell -noprofile -ExecutionPolicy ByPass "[ScriptBlock]::Create((${%~f0} | out-string)) | Invoke-Expression" & Exit
goto :EOF
#>
function TT {Start-Sleep -Milliseconds 750}
[void][Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName('Microsoft.VisualBasic')
Add-Type -AssemblyName System.Windows.Forms
$send = [System.Windows.Forms.SendKeys]
Start-Process 'Control'    ; TT
[Microsoft.VisualBasic.Interaction]::AppActivate("Control Panel")
TT; $send::SendWait( '^l' ); TT; $send::SendWait( 'Desktop~' )     # or other locations

FYI -- Wscript.Shell can do the same job in less lines.
Code:
@echo off
REM Name of folder to open
set FOLDER=Home
powershell -nop -ep bypass -c "Start-Process 'Control'; $wshell = New-Object -ComObject wscript.shell; $null = $wshell.AppActivate('Control Panel'); Start-Sleep 0.75; $wshell.SendKeys(""^l$env:FOLDER~""")"
 

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FYI -- Wscript.Shell can do the same job in less lines.
I am not familiar with this. Would it be named and run as a bat file?
 

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Thanks Garlin. As you may have noticed from my batch file, I have little experience of Powershell let alone using c/wscript.

With your code, I managed to condense it to a Shortlink Target which seems to work also.

Target for Shortcut to Explorer without Ribbon.
Code:
powershell.exe -nop -ep bypass -c "& {"Start-Process \"Control\"; $wshell = New-Object -ComObject wscript.shell; $null = $wshell.AppActivate(\"Control Panel\"); Start-Sleep 0.75; $wshell.SendKeys("'^"lDesktop~'")}"

(HDL: You can use the code that Garlin posted in a Bat file).
 
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In my opinion, I believe it is a personal taste and how much you trust your files being stored in the cloud. To me, I do not trust the cloud at all and I don't store anything there. All my files are stored either in the Documents folder on my local drive or in one of its sub-folders. That's one reason the new file explorer makes it more difficult for me to access them since it no longer has that ">" to allow me to access Document's sub-folders.
I primarily access my files using my smartphone so no choice but to use the cloud but wanted to save them to local folder in case I can't access offline. But in the end, I tested saving a few documents today and found I can access them when not connected to the internet. Was just baffled when I'm choosing This PC to save but it doesn't actually save to the Document folder under This PC - Windows C. I have to actually drill deeper after I choose This PC to my local folder in Windows in order for it to save there - but then it doesn't save in the other locations (This PC is mapped to OneDrive Documents), therefore it does not sync to OneDrive. LOL. I spoke with Microsoft Support and was told how to save files to the local folder (change the location a document saves to and the Documents folder under Windows users is an option), and they will sync to OneDrive. Another alternative is to manually copy/paste my files from the other OneDrive Documents locations to the local folder. (my work did it that way when staff needed to work on a document - downloaded to local, worked on form, uploaded back to cloud storage) SOOOO In the end - saving to Windows - Users - Documents and to OneDrive Documents do not sync to eachother, unless I configure it to. What do I have to backup if my files are already on the cloud? LOL. I can't save them locally!
 
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Thank you very much for the answer.
You can assign FOLDER to any folder alias (Home, Documents, Pictures, Desktop) or a real path like C:\Windows

set FOLDER=Desktop
set FOLDER=C:\Windows
set FOLDER=Network\PC2

If you launch another Explorer from this copy, the new instance will be in the new Ribbon. To open multiple Explorers using the classic UI, just run the batch script again and manually navigate to a different folder path. Again, the up-arrow hack only works on one Explorer window at a time.
 

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Just to add that, once a Ribboned Explorer is opened and in view, with this method, new instances of it can be opened using the normal shortcut Ctrl + n.

pn:
My post 44; the title for the Target should have read
Target for Shortcut to Explorer WITH Ribbon (not Target for Shortcut to Explorer without Ribbon). Can't edit it now.
 

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You can assign FOLDER to any folder alias (Home, Documents, Pictures, Desktop) or a real path like C:\Windows

set FOLDER=Desktop
set FOLDER=C:\Windows
set FOLDER=Network\PC2
Thank you.
I'm sorry to have to ask this but I don't understand what you're saying. I am not familiar with the set Folder=??? command. How and where would I use that command? Also what would it do, where would the folder be set?
 

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I'm talking about inside the batch file, you edit the "set FOLDER=" line. Copy the entire block of script to Notepad, change the one line, save as ClassicRibbon.bat (or whatever name). Now you've picked the starting folder location to display.

If you're happy to start with "Home", then no editing is required.
 

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ust to add that, once a Ribboned Explorer is opened and in view, with this method, new instances of it can be opened using the normal shortcut Ctrl + n.
I just tried that, It's handy and I never knew about the CTRL + n. Thanks
I'm talking about inside the batch file, you edit the "set FOLDER=" line. Copy the entire block of script to Notepad, change the one line, save as ClassicRibbon.bat (or whatever name). Now you've picked the starting folder location to display.

If you're happy to start with "Home", then no editing is required.
OK, thanks for the answer.
 

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I'm talking about inside the batch file, you edit the "set FOLDER=" line. Copy the entire block of script to Notepad, change the one line, save as ClassicRibbon.bat (or whatever name). Now you've picked the starting folder location to display.

If you're happy to start with "Home", then no editing is required.
OK, so I must be missing something here again. I looked at all the "bat" files I could find in this thread and I didn't find a "set FOLDER" line in any of them. What bat file are you referring to that I could make that change in?
 

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Hum, after using FreeBooter attached batch file in post #2 I picked up this:
"Malware.Trace (x64) HKLM\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS NT\CURRENTVERSION\WINLOGON#SHELL"
in SuperAntiMalware.exe. I allowed SuperAntiMalware to remove it and everything runs the same. I suspect it is a false positive but will ask the poster about it, huh @FreeBooter?
 

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Hum, after using FreeBooter attached batch file in post #2 I picked up this:
"Malware.Trace (x64) HKLM\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS NT\CURRENTVERSION\WINLOGON#SHELL"
in SuperAntiMalware.exe. I allowed SuperAntiMalware to remove it and everything runs the same. I suspect it is a false positive but will ask the poster about it, huh @FreeBooter?
Hum?
 

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Hum, after using FreeBooter attached batch file in post #2 I picked up this:
"Malware.Trace (x64) HKLM\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS NT\CURRENTVERSION\WINLOGON#SHELL"
in SuperAntiMalware.exe. I allowed SuperAntiMalware to remove it and everything runs the same. I suspect it is a false positive but will ask the poster about it, huh @FreeBooter?
Guess this is not in vogue.
 

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Had to remove the registry change (HKLM\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS NT\CURRENTVERSION\WINLOGON#SHELL) from my PC becaause Window Defender locked up my PC in a scan over it. Weird to say the least.
 

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Had to remove the registry change (HKLM\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS NT\CURRENTVERSION\WINLOGON#SHELL) from my PC becaause Window Defender locked up my PC in a scan over it. Weird to say the least.
That sure is weird.

But I thought that tweak stopped working.
Is it working again?
 

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