Learn how to access network locations to find files, map a network drive to local storage, and share your PC's folders on the network.
- [Instructor] Mass storage available to your PC…includes: storage inside the computer,…the primary mass storage device,…removable storage, external hard drives,…and storage available on the local network.…Yes, your PC can access and use network storage,…either from a file server, or shared folders,…on other computers. This movie shows you…how to locate, and access that storage,…and how to make it a permanent part…of your PC's mass storage system.…Also, you can share your own folders…on the network. It's all about sharing.…
To start exploring the network, you need to open…a File Explorer window, and view…available network resources. Press the windows + e…key combination, and, then, choose Network,…from the navigation pane. This window shows…network resources, available to your computer.…They're listed in categories. On this system,…you only see the Computer categories.…And, I'm going to remind you, throughout this movie,…that what you see on the screen, here,…is going to be different, from what you see at home,…
- Saving files
- Searching for files
- Renaming and moving files
- Organizing folders and subfolders
- Building libraries
- Creating an archive
- Working with storage, including removable, network, and cloud storage
Skill Level Beginner
Going Paperless: Start to Finishwith Suzanna Kaye2h 17m Appropriate for all
1. Understand File Basics
2. Organize Projects
3. Control Mass Storage
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