Windows 10: Microsoft Removes 260 Characters Path Length Limit in Windows 10 RS
Well, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to realize that support for long path names is still a work in progress. It is not even enabled by default.
We stopped asking such questions after the infamous recent blunder with Regedit, which crashed during Search operations because of exceedingly long registry key names.
It's not great... Explorer uses hard-coded buffers in various places that don't allow paths greater than 256 characters and there are a bunch of shell extensions (including some in Windows) that are affected.
You would be better off finding an alternative file browser.
Rumor you say?
It's rumor that it will be in RS2, not that they're working on one (one never knows when or if it will actually make it into the build, or if it will replace the desktop File Explorer)
If only there were some developers at Microsoft.
It only shows the length of mp4, mpg, and wmv files.
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