Chapter 9. Understanding File Management Essentials

Let’s not progress any further into Windows until we address one other strategic, needed process: how to manage files you have on your system. Some of you may already be a bit experienced with this in working with PCs before, but you still might learn a trick or two.

Depending on whether you create and save a lot of work with your PC or whether you’re a casual user, file management (moving, copying and pasting, deleting, storing elsewhere) is apt to be a function that consumes anywhere from a small-to-medium part of your time yet is so very important.

You already know that files are stored in Windows using different folders. Such folders can have many additional folders within them called sub-folders, ...

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