The Manage group contains the Format, Cleanup, and Optimize commands, which work exactly as you would expect - but instead of being spread out on a context menu and a couple of tabs on the Properties dialog box, they are now readily available on the Ribbon. The Protect group contains the Bitlocker command, which will allow you to enable and manage Bitlocker.
When you select the Search box in any File Explorer window, you'll see the Search Tools contextual tab, as shown in Figure C. In the Location group, you can see that there are several commands that allow you to specify where you want to search, such as All subfolders. The commands in the Refine group allow you to narrow your search by such attributes as Date or Size. In the Options group you'll find several commands that will allow you to perform various search related operations, such as access Recent searches or configure Advanced search options. Once you're finished searching you can click Close a search to disable the Search tab and clear the results.
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