I posted another thread to report that I had a problem with the explorer.exe, this time running the desktop, resuming from standby.
I hope that that will be an accident.
The problem with this kind of issues is that when you are not confident, the behaviour change somehow to get back confidence and this generates more issues.
More important, the current configuration is the result of a mitigation plan, that required time and the replacement of explorer as default file manager. Also in this better situation than before the core of the current installation status is tightly related to the adoption of Opus, as I still doubt of fully reliability of the native explorer.
With regard to this, the fact that Opus is a very good software, is still a side effect.
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