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I'm looking for an Explorer plug-in (not a standalone app) that gives me tabs and integrates very nicely into the Windows 7 look and feel.

What I'm looking for is something along the lines of Total Finder for Mac.

Any suggestions?

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Haven't used it myself, but Windows Double Explorer might be useful to you.

According to Lifehacker

Double Explorer adds tabbed browsing and a dual-pane view for navigating your files, but unlike a full replacement application, it embeds a normal Windows Explorer screen into each pane.

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There is QTTabBar, which looks pretty good. The only issue is that it isn't fully compatible with Windows 7. There are various discussions on what works and what doesn't, and how to overcome most of the problems.

It is the only decent one I've come across so far that works (marginally) with Windows 7.

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Wouldn't recommend QTTabBar from my personal experiences. – Sathya Mar 4 '10 at 21:54
@Sathya: Me too, I won't recommend it :) . – nXqd Apr 5 '10 at 0:52
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The best I've found is Clover, which is almost exactly like Google Chrome for Windows Explorer

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