Navigating folders and their contents


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Navigating folders and their contents

If you think of your computer as a huge file cabinet with many drawers and in those drawers you might find programs and in other drawers you might find folders with sub-folders containing files, we need in Windows 7, some kind of program to manage those files, a file management system known as Windows Explorer. We are going to get a brief overview of Windows Explorer in this lesson, because there have been a few subtle changes made to Windows Explorer in Windows 7 that differ from Windows Vista, for example.

We can access Windows Explorer from a number of different locations. If you've got a shortcut to your Exercise Files for example, it appears as a Folder Icon. Double-clicking this will open it up in a Windows Explorer Window. Let's close that up. By default you've also got a shortcut to Windows Explorer on the taskbar. Clicking once will launch Windows Explorer, but it will display a different location by default. In this case, you can see Libraries. Let's close this up...

Navigating folders and their contents
Video duration: 6m 59s 6h 31m Beginner

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Navigating folders and their contents provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Windows 7 Essential Training

Subjects:
Business Education + Elearning
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Windows
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