Adjusting the tabs / tab width in the alternative file explorer!
It's easy to adjust the tab width in the alternative file explorer on all Windows 11, 10, ... etc. Desktop and MS Server OS!
Most Windows users are used to managing tabbed pages in their browsers. This can also be a great way to manage your files. The Explorer does not offer this by default, but you can use tabs effectively with the alternative Explorer in the latest version of Q-Dir.
If the user is bothered by one thing in File Explorer more than anything else, there is no way to customize a tab to make better use of it. It's especially annoying when you've browsed a lot and need to search your drives to recognize the folder in a tab that is too small!
I want to enter the minimum width so width of 50 pixels would be fine, then twice as many tabs fit in the tab bar of the Explorer, or does it have something to do with Windows 10?
How does the file explorer make the tabs small if necessary so that only the respective icon can be seen in the tab?
Help with the smaller tabs I have a much harder time reading the tabs in the table bar, I have enough space for it and in the address bar I see it too what a command I should enter to get the Explorer tabs overview or configuration settings , so enter the desired minimum width?
Do I have to make a small change in the configuration file, i.e. reduce the minimum width of the tabs as desired in File Explorer?