Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with the File Explorer, part of Learning Windows 8.
If you're anything like me, you're going to accumulate a lot of files over time. …For me, that tends to mean lots of photographs, a fair number of video clips …and plenty of documents. And when you want to manage those files, …you'll want to use the File Explorer, and this actually provides a great way for …managing a wide variety of documents within Windows. …Let's take a look. I have a tile for File Explorer on my …start screen, but you can also go to the desktop, and by default, you'll find the …File Explorer on the task bar, so you could simply click on that shortcut to …launch the File Explorer. And here we can see a wide variety of files.…
In fact, we can get to any file just about on our entire computer system, that …includes additional storage devices connected to your computer. …For example, I have a USB drive plugged in at the moment. …We can also access our local hard drive, our documents folder, music folder, …pictures, videos, you get the idea. We can access all of the locations on our …
- Changing your environment and customizing live tiles
- Using gestures
- Creating and using a picture password
- Using Windows applications
- Working with media
- Accessing and personalizing the desktop
- Working with the File Explorer
- Changing Windows settings
- Backing up your files
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Windows 8
2. Using Windows Applications
3. Working with Media
4. Working with the Desktop
5. Managing Your Computer System
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