Produce that wilts, like leafy greens and herbs, are intended for the high-humidity drawer. The closed window maintains the humidity keeping greens crisper longer.
Produce that emit ethylene gas, like apples and pears, can be stored in the low-humidity drawer once ripe. It’s best to keep high ethylene gas produce separated from other produce in the refrigerator. See Which Fruits & Veggies Should Not Be Stored Together