Tabbed File Manager for Windows 11 ported to ARM64
Files is an increasingly popular third-party open source file manager for Windows that leverages the latest features of the Windows platform, including Fluent Design, seamless updates, and APIs that enable performance and cycle behavior. life expected by users.
- Cloud integration
- Support for Shell extensions (in the right-click context menu)
- Navigating the Column View
- FTP support
- Can be set as the default file manager
The app is popular with power users, and with the help of notorious Windows hacker on ARM Gustave Monce, the app has now been ported to ARM64, with no x86 emulated elements left, meaning the app will be amazingly fast on ARM laptops.
This weekend I helped bring on the incredible @FilesForWindows app to ARM64 without any x86 / x64 component left! The app works so much faster. The extract request is made and waits for the merge. You also got a nice .NET 6 upgrade for the broker. All tested on a 950 XL pic.twitter.com/xEO7xPMAcK
– Gustave Monce (@ gus33000) November 14, 2021
The AMR version should be included in the next version of the app.
The ARM64 version will be included in the next version.
– Files (@FilesForWindows) November 16, 2021
That should mean much better performance whether you’re on a Pokey Snapdragon 8cx laptop or a super-fast Apple M1.
Files v2 is free and can be found in the Store here.
Thank you, Samantha for the tip.