Managing Files and Folders

Although many Windows applications offer basic file management functions, Explorer is the tool you will use most often to organize your files. Regardless of which view you choose, Explorer enables you to create new folders, copy and move files between folders, delete files, and rename files.

Selecting Files and Folders

Before you can perform any action on an object, you must first select it. The procedures for selecting files, folders, and other icons vary, depending on the folder and desktop options you've chosen. If you've chosen the Classic (double-click) interface, you click each icon to select it. If you've chosen the web-style (single-click) interface, on the other hand, simply point at a file to select it. Objects ...

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