Windows 10 21H1 improves the file manager experience and fixes many remaining bugs

The upcoming Windows 10 21H1 feature update is expected to solve many long-standing bugs in the file manager. After the November 2019 feature update, some users have been unable to use the built-in search platform in the file manager. The platform aims to provide a faster search experience through the new preview user interface.

Although in the Windows 10 May 2020 feature update, Microsoft has solved the performance problem of the search bar and restored support for the right button. However, there are still users complaining that the file explorer window is stuck, and the explorer.exe process causes problems such as high resource usage.

In the cumulative update for Windows 10 21H1, Microsoft has finally fixed a rare problem that may cause high resource usage of explorer.exe. After upgrading the cumulative update, the system version number has been increased to Build 19043.899, and the problem of “Computing Filters” stuck in the column header is fixed.

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This error also exists in Windows 10 20H1/20H2, and the column header will never actually display any filters. In addition to better performance and improvements to the search filter, Microsoft also resolved an issue that could cause the File Explorer window to stop responding for several minutes.

This problem is only encountered when you reconnect to the network and use a mapped drive. Although most of the critical issues have now been fixed, the rare error that the File Explorer search box stopped responding to is still unresolved.

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