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Explorer

The user interface in Windows starting with Windows 95. It includes the Start menu, Taskbar, desktop and file manager. For most users, the term refers only to the file manager component, called "Windows Explorer" or "File Explorer," which is used to display the folder hierarchies on the drives and copy, rename and delete files and folders (see Win Explorer). See EXPLORER.EXE and file manager.
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3,4,26,27) In current analysis, hypersensitive teeth were evaluated using a tactile test with a sharp dental explorer and an evaporative stimulus via an air blast from a dental air syringe.
All readings are taken using Periodontal probe, Dental mirror and Dental explorer.
The examination was carried out in a lighted room, using a disposable mirrolite (Kudos, Yuen Long, Hong Kong) and dental explorer.
Useful diagnostic tools are the air/water syringe (thermal), dental explorer (touch), percussion testing, bite stress tests, and other thermal tests such as an ice cube and assessment of occlusion.
Examiners were instructed to use a very light touch when using the dental explorer to avoid causing cavitation with aggressive probing.