Using the File Manager

As you use the Fedora Core 4 Desktop, you will often need to navigate the Linux file system to perform housekeeping tasks such as creating, copying, moving, or deleting existing files or directories. These tasks can be performed using a program called a file manager. The file manager is used to perform all basic file manipulation tasks in Linux, including

  • Listing the files and directories contained in any directory

  • Moving, renaming, copying, and deleting files

  • Creating new directories

  • Duplicating existing files or directories

  • Deleting files and directories and their contents

All these tasks can be performed with just a few clicks of your mouse on the Fedora Core 4 Desktop.

Opening a File Manager Window

The file manager is always ...

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