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11. Customizing the File Explorer Window

Wallace Wang

(1)San Diego, California, USA

No matter what you may need to do, the program you’ll likely use most often is the File Explorer. The main purpose of the File Explorer is to help you organize and manipulate files stored on your computer. Those files may include word processor documents or databases, or they may include actual programs such as a game or a spreadsheet like Microsoft Excel.

With the File Explorer you can find, open, rename, copy, move, and delete files and folders. You can also modify or view information about each file as well as the file name or size. By customizing the File Explorer, ...

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