I personally use QTTabBar for a lot of years at work. It's not a new explorer, but an extension for the existing windows explorer (so you don't lose anything).
It's core features are:
Search just the current folder (really fast)
Totally customizable buttons and folders on an extra toolbar (see the Screenshot), e.g. I made buttons for git and ...
You could use robocopy from the command prompt. You could also put it in a batch file if the source and destination disks do not change their drive letters over time.
And since you’re using Windows 10, robocopy is already installed with it. (It can be downloaded for some older versions of Windows, but you shouldn’t need to do that with Windows 10).
You can use Lightshot to select a portion of the screen, annotate it, then save to clipboard or disk. However, it doesn't have the "floating" functionality you described, but the output can be copied to a Paint window or similar.
https://github.com/tomek-o/VideoPlayer - this is simple GUI for mplayer. Playlists are stored as JSON files in application subfolder, each playlist contains information about last played file and position inside it.
Most functions are accessible from context menus - one on the playlist tab (creating/renaming/deleting/hiding playlists), one related to ...
MS office and Open/Libre Office documents are zip files, so you can use
the command-line version of unzip to test their integrity. (unless they are from a really old ms-office version)
For the pictures something like image magick or fly can possibly probably do the same thing.
You could use robocopy. It's already on board, is very customizable (w.r.t. to ecxlusion criteria etc). And does a pretty awesome job.
However, otoh you would still be well advised to consider investing a minimal amount of time in really putting your jupyter file in a subfolder. Just makes life far easier. I'd think, moving the files in the subfolder now ...
I can recommend FreeCommander XE.
FreeCommander features tabbed browsing. You can display 1 or 2 panes, each with its own tabs that you can define. The panes can be arranged horizontally or vertically, as you see fit.
FreeCommander has an incredibly powerful search tool integrated into it. You can search by ...
The best solution for me is Explorer++
- Tabbed browsing
- Previews of files as they are selected
- Advanced rename
- keyboard shortcuts
- Customizable user interface
- Drag-and-drop support with other applications, including Windows Explorer
- Advanced file operations such as merging and splitting supported
- Change file dates and attributes
If you are looking for a good-looking application (All * Commander tools keep an old fashioned look and feel), then you should try Files, from https://files-community.github.io/. It's still in development but I have discovered it recently and it does simple thing beautiful.