Windows 10: LOSE the infuriating ribbon in win10

Discus and support LOSE the infuriating ribbon in win10 in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; I had got rid of it using the Winaero tool, but since the last win10 update, the ribbon recurs for one network drive and I've not been able to get rid... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by pzbrawl, Aug 7, 2016.

  1. pzbrawl Win User

    LOSE the infuriating ribbon in win10


    I had got rid of it using the Winaero tool, but since the last win10 update, the ribbon recurs for one network drive and I've not been able to get rid of this daemonically unusable nuisance. Yes I'm restraining my language.

    How do I disable ribbons permanently on all drives please!?

    :)
     
    pzbrawl, Aug 7, 2016
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  2. Jazster Win User

    Exiting Tablet Mode Windows 10

    Anyway, it's inappropriately named by Microsoft. It is not merely for notifications, it also has various settings at the bottom of the pop-up. Leave it to MS to make things confounding & difficult to find, just like the infuriating ribbons that MS somehow
    believes are superior to menus, MS should provide the option to replace all ribbons with menus in all of its programs including Office. I can't say how many hours I have wasted at work re-finding functions in the confusing Office ribbon, plus it is so not
    intuitive that i can never remember where I last found them - infuriating twits at MS!!!!!!!
     
    Jazster, Aug 7, 2016
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  3. Exiting Tablet Mode Windows 10

    Me to0.. → i can never remember where I last found them -.....
     
    Denny-551177, Aug 7, 2016
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  4. Brink
    Brink New Member

    LOSE the infuriating ribbon in win10

    Brink, Aug 7, 2016
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  5. pzbrawl Win User
    Thank you, adding and setting the registry key seems to have worked.

    Why does Microsoft make it so difficult to get rid of this execrable UI nuisance?
     
    pzbrawl, Aug 8, 2016
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  6. Brink
    Brink New Member
    You're most welcome. *Smile
     
    Brink, Aug 8, 2016
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  7. pzbrawl Win User
    I'd thought this problem was solved. It's not. True, the Ribbon is absent when I open Explorer on a network drive. But when I select View from the menu, there comes the infernal Ribbon again. How do I get rid of these infernal nuisances?
     
    pzbrawl, Aug 9, 2016
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  8. mrgeek Win User

    LOSE the infuriating ribbon in win10

    If you don't want to see the Ribbon, click the drop down arrow in upper L corner of any file explorer windows and click minimize. This closes it on all explorer windows unless you re-enable by un-ticking 'Minimize the Ribbon'. After using Office so much, it doesn't bother me.


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    mrgeek, Aug 9, 2016
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  9. pzbrawl Win User
    "Minimize the Ribbon" is checked in that dropdown menu.

    Clicking on View in the Explorer menu still brings up the ribbon excrescence.

    (Mercifully, I don't use Office.)
     
    pzbrawl, Aug 9, 2016
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  10. mrgeek Win User
    "Clicking on View in the Explorer menu still brings up the ribbon excrescence."
    If you want to change the 'View' w/o the Ribbon, why don't you just right-click and use that 'View' editor ?
     
    mrgeek, Aug 9, 2016
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  11. pzbrawl Win User
    ?! That context menu does not offer the column selection wizard that the View menu used to offer before the last (unwanted) Win10 update replaced it with the !@#$%^& ribbon.

    In any case, that context menu is difficult to use when the panel is full of file data.
     
    pzbrawl, Aug 9, 2016
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  12. Brink
    Brink New Member
    I'm afraid that the ribbon is integrated into File Explorer. You can hide the ribbon, but it will temporarily open when you click on one of it's tabs to use an option in it.

    For what you want, you might consider using a 3rd party file browser instead. Explorer++, FreeCommander, and Total Commander are good ones you might see how you like.
     
    Brink, Aug 9, 2016
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  13. pzbrawl Win User

    LOSE the infuriating ribbon in win10

    Goodbye File Explorer. One more piece of Windows rendered unusable. Hello Linux.
     
    pzbrawl, Aug 9, 2016
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  14. Because the majority of people find it useful, like myself. It streamlines the look for all of their applications. If they didn't do so, another small group of people would ask why they DIDN'T do so.

    For the future, if you don't like a default option, change it, rather than blast Microsoft. With a little common sense applied, one realizes they can't make everyone happy all the time. In the end, it's a helpful ribbon of useful options...certainly nothing to get worked up about.
     
    DeaconFrost, Aug 9, 2016
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  15. Berton Win User
    Excellent comment.
     
    Berton, Aug 9, 2016
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