Description: Most computer users are familiar with Windows Explorer, the tool that you can use to browse your file system. jExplorer, a Java program that we\'ll develop, functions similarly to Windows Explorer, but its advantage is that you can customize it and deploy it in other operating systems. Although the project itself is relatively simple, it illustrates the use of two of the most complex Swing components: JTree and JTable.
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