Windows 10: The ribbon in File Explorer

  1.    06 Nov 2015 #1

    The ribbon in File Explorer


    Has any one figured out how to take the system tab off the ribbon in File Explorer?
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       06 Nov 2015 #2

    Jerry06 said: View Post
    Has any one figured out how to take the system tab off the ribbon in File Explorer?
    I don't see a Tab but there is an icon on the Ribbon. I am learning to remember to use some of those as they are rather more convenient than on Win7. However, I can see where an IT person may want to prevent Users from having access to more information about the computer/s they use.
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