Update: It has been pointed out to me that the File Explorer Preview Pane is the Windows equivalent of “Quick Look.” I do use the File Explorer Preview Pane, but I always thought of it as analogous to the macOS Finder’s preview pane (while in column view) with Quick Look being an additional, more robust feature. Also, the File Explorer preview pane doesn’t support audio, video, or animated GIFs (in my world, GIFs aren’t just for memes; I create animated GIFs all the time to attach to things like bug reports). But I fully admit that I might be approaching my File Explorer critique with some amount of Mac bias.
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And I seem to remember you can set up Windows folders to process music and photos and not just general/text files.

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