Enlarge / Microsoft’s inspiration, evidently. (credit: Jerry )
Citing “sources familiar with the matter,” Windows Central is reporting that Microsoft could be bringing a tabbed interface to Windows 10 apps.

There have long been calls for Explorer to support tabs so that multiple locations on the file system can be browsed without a proliferation of windows, but the report says that Microsoft may be going a step further, bringing tabs to just about every window.
The feature is apparently called “Tabbed Shell;” it would allow any application with multiple windows to have those windows collapsed onto one another by creating a tab bar.

Conversely, tabs can be torn off the tab bar to create separate windows, providing an appearance and experience that mirrors that of the Edge browser.
With this, Microsoft could neatly meet the demand for tabs in Explorer and similar requests to have tabs for the command-line.
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