The Ribbon in Windows’s File Explorer is the tab-filled menu on top of the folder. It has some useful fonctions, and is contextual (images options, video options, trashbin options,…).
There is a lot of empty space in the Ribbon.
Is it possible to add functions, or create a custom Ribbon, in Windows 10?
For example, I have a Python program that creates square versions of all pictures in the folder it is located. I can copy and run the file in all folders where I need to square photos, but I think it would be convenient to have access to this function in every folder with pictures simply by a clic on the ribbon.
Is it doable?
For a developer you may be able to use the provided APIs in Windows to hook into the Explorer UI and add tabs and buttons. It is not going to be a simple process though.