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If you're a power user, here is one example that should win you over to the ribbonized Windows Explorer immediately. Sometimes you need to see file name extensions, but most of the time you want them turned off. In the Windows 8 Explorer, it takes two clicks to show extensions: one to switch to the View tab, a second to select this check box, and one more click to hide extensions when you're done. Contrast that with 10 clicks to accomplish the same task in Windows 7.