1, The new Ribbon won’t be to all tastes but you don’t have to have it on show all the time. There’s a small arrow on the far right of the menu bar, and you can use this to hide the Ribbon when you don’t need it.
2. Libraries get a bit easier to manage in Windows 8 via the Ribbon. You can easily add folders to a library. Folders themselves don’t move, nor do their contents, but they are displayed when a library is selected.
3. There are functions dedicated to music on the Windows 8 File Explorer. You can play single tunes or the contents of a folder, and even manage playlists. Note how the music options are only available when a music file is selected.
4. When you select an image file you can access a range of features from within Windows 8 File Explorer. Rotation is useful for viewing in the Preview Pane, and you can set a photo as the desktop background image or view multiple images in a slide show.
5. The Preview Pane has been joined by the ‘Details Pane’. Access these in the View Menu. Use the Details pane to see file information. What you get varies depending on the file format. For example for videos you get frame rate, bitrate, frame size, video length and more.
If the issue is still not fixed, it can be a very critical problem with your computer affecting your personal data and the Windows Operating System. You will have to chat with our Experts or you can check with your local technician to get the problems fixed with very high priority.