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Windows 2000 Professional by Jerry Honeycutt

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Chapter 7. Managing Disks and Files

On the surface, Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional doesn't introduce any dramatic new features to disk and file management—nothing as radical as changing from Microsoft File Manager to Microsoft Windows Explorer. You manage disks and files as you did in earlier versions of Microsoft Windows, using Windows Explorer. Shortcut menus and properties dialog boxes are similar, with exceptions you learn about in this chapter. Any user, novice or advanced, will be quite comfortable immediately after installing the operating system. For that reason, this chapter doesn't cover obvious features that you already know how to use. For example, it doesn't discuss moving, copying, or renaming files because these are obvious. ...

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