File manager may refer to any of the following:
1. A file manager is a software program that helps a user manage all the files on their computer. For example, all file managers allow the user to view, edit, copy, and delete the files on their computer storage devices.
2. When referring to Microsoft Windows 3.x, File Manager is a program included with Windows 3.x that enabled users to manage their files on the computer. File Manager was replaced with Explorer and the My Computer organizational metaphor in Windows 95 and later.
How to open the File Manager
The Windows File Manager in Windows 3.11 is in the Windows Program Manager Main window.