JamExplorer is an example illustrating the usage of some of the main controls of ShellBrowser WPF, showing how to easily synchronize the components using a ShellControlConnector. The options provided via the menu present some of the main configuring options for the controls and give an idea on how to interact programmatically.
The ExplorerBrowser sample project shows you how to use the ExplorerBrowser component. The ExplorerBrowser control emulates an entire Windows Explorer. See how easily you can configure columns and display panes, apply filters, or set group and sorting options.
The ShellFilePreview component works like the Preview Pane in Windows File Explorer - it makes use of registered PreviewHandlers to show the contents of a file. The example also illustrates how to use the ShellBrowser classes as model for some arbitrary WPF control (a WPF ListView in this case) and how to attach and add custom entries to a ShellContextMenu, that will display the same context menu for file system objects as Windows Explorer.