Normally, you click the New Folder button in File Explorer or right-click an empty space, select New, and the click on Folder to create a new folder on Windows 10. However, there is an easier way, you can simply use Ctrl + Shift + N keyboard shortcut to speed the process to create new folder.
Give a try.
Ctrl + Shift - N not working for me in Windows Explorer, Win Pro 10. I tried it a few times. Is it me or does not work for the Pro edition?
Interesting, this is a shortcut that has been around for years, and it works also for me in Windows 10 Pro Anniversary Update and Creators Update.
Just in case, you don't need press "+" key, only the letters.
I pressed the Ctrl-Shift-N as per the hint. Does it work for anyone else or did you set up a short cut?
Just tried again. The mouse pointer must be in the files/folder pane to create a new folder. Short cut does not work when mouse pointer is in the folder navigation page.
Thanks for the tip.
That's weird it should work when the mouse pointer is in a folder, top navigation bar or left pane, I just tried it again on Windows 10, and before I also tried on Windows 8.1 and Windows 7.
But I'm glad to hear you got it working now.