Many friends are looking forward to Microsoft’s forthcoming operating system, Windows 10 X, not only because it is the new Windows operating system owned by Microsoft, but because it is likely to become a very popular operating system.
Unfortunately, although Windows 10X supports Win32 programs, Microsoft does not seem to want to use the Win32 file manager as the default file manager for Windows 10X. Instead, the UWP version of the file manager currently hidden in the system will be the file manager program Windows 10X by default.
Microsoft has yet to make an official response to the question “Which file manager, Win32 or UWP, will be the default file manager for Windows 10 X?”
In today’s Microsoft 365 Developer Day, Microsoft demonstrated the UWP version of the file manager on the Surface Neo instead of the Win32 version, which may imply that the UWP version of the file manager will be the default file manager for Windows 10 X, but please note, Windows 10 X can still run Win32 programs, that is, you can run the Win32 version of the file manager.