Windows 10: Windows 10 Upcoming Sets Feature to Bring Tabs to UWP Apps

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       21 Nov 2017 #1

    Windows 10 Upcoming Sets Feature to Bring Tabs to UWP Apps


    One of the biggest feature requests for Windows has been the ability to get tabs within apps like File Explorer. For years, Microsoft didnít allow users to open up different tabs in File Explorer, but that could be changing soon.

    The company has been working on a new feature under the codename Tabshell, which will bring a tabbed experience to some of the apps in Windows sometime in the future. Although, I will be curious to see if their implementation is any better than what Groupy offers.

    The new feature, dubbed Sets, will bring a tabbed experience to Windows 10. The idea behind Sets might sound a little confusing at first, but it is pretty straightforward. You will be able to create a group or a set of windows where you can add separate apps as tabs (ďapp tabsĒ), or even add a web tab powered by Microsoft Edge (via WalkingCat)...

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  2.    14 Dec 2017 #1

    Stardock's version called 'Groupy'
    Pretty darn handy, actually!

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