I really do not like the Win 7 Windows Explorer functionality. To some degree this is because of many years of experience with DOS and UNIX command language and using the "full path name." I began as a machine language (absolute octal) programmer in 1960. I do not get any advantage from the "library" notion in Win 7. I am the sort who likes to organize hard drive directory structure in a way that works best for me. Because my new Win 7 machine is about five times faster than my old XP machine, it is the one I want to use for photo and video processing. Just today, after Photoshop processing a batch of JPGs, from a larger number of JPGs transferred from an camera SD card, I wanted to go back and look at the pixel dimensions, for a partricular reason. XP Windows Explorer tells us not only Date Modified, but Date Taken and the Pixel Dimensions. What is called Windows Explorer in Win 7 lacks the latter two kinds of information. I tried the free third-party Cubic Explorer, and it also lacks the full functionality of XP Windows Explorer. For me, it is not simply getting used to something new and different from XP. What was substituted n Win 7 does not do what I want it to, no matter how I navigate it. What is available for Win 7 that will fully replicate the good old XP Windows Explorer?