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Windows File Manager goes open source

Posted on Tuesday, April 10 2018 @ 10:21:55 CEST by


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In a blast from the past, Microsoft's Craig Wittenberg released the Windows File Manager on GitHub under the MIT license. This is the original file manager that made its debut nearly 28 years ago, with the launch of Windows 3.0.

Interestingly, Wittenberg started work on the project back in 2007, and has been maintaining the code before open sourcing it recently. You can compile the utility on Windows 10 and run it, just like it's 1990.
It’s as nostalgic as running Windows 95 on an Xbox One, Apple Watch, or Android smartwatch. If you’re a fan of original Windows File Manager you can download the app from GitHub and remind yourself of what computing used to look like years ago.
Windows File Manager

Via: The Verge



 



 

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