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Quickly Launching Windows Explorer
Have you ever been perusing your hard disk from a folder window and suddenly wished you were using Windows Explorer instead? When this happens, chances are that you close the folder window, go to the Start menu, and launch Windows Explorer. However, you can easily launch Windows Explorer right from within your folder window.
To do so, simply right-click on a folder and select Explore from the context menu. When you do, Windows Explorer will open and display the contents of the folder you right-clicked on in its right windows pane.
Source: Greg Shultz