The upcoming Windows 10X system is full of expectations in many ways. Not only because it is expected to become the future of Microsoft desktop operating system, but also because it is compatible with Win32 applications, try to bridge the gap with other competitive platforms, improve the application ecology. Although Windows 10X supports Win32 applications, Microsoft does not seem to have any intention of using Win32’s File Explorer as the default file manager.
Instead, UWP File Explorer is currently hidden in the Windows 10 desktop operating system and will be the default file manager application in the new Microsoft operating system. Microsoft has yet to comment on whether to publish UWP File Explorer or Win32 File Explorer as the default file manager application, but on 365 Developer Day, Microsoft employees demonstrated the UWP version of File on Surface Neo Explorer, indicating that Microsoft prefers the UWP version.