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WinSIG Windows & File Explorer

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The Windows SIG of the Central Florida Computer Society [ http://cfcs.org
] will be hosted by me, Hewie Poplock, at 1:30pm Sunday, February 14. You can attend at the Casselberry, FL Library when it will be shown live just prior to the CFCS Main Meeting, or you can attend on line. It is free & open to all.
This month will be Back to Basics: File Management for Windows 7 & Windows 10. This will also be useful for Windows 8/8.1 users. I will be explaining in detail the using of File Manager & File Explorer. I will also explain how to & where to store, move, and find your files. This is important for all Windows users from the beginner to the experienced user.

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WinSIG Windows & File Explorer

  1. 1. Windows Explorer File Explorer BY HEWIE POPLOCK
  2. 2. Brains
  3. 3. File Cabinet
  4. 4. Brains
  5. 5. Brains
  6. 6. Brains = Memory & CPU =
  7. 7. File Cabinet
  8. 8. Hard Drive
  9. 9. USB Flash Drives
  10. 10. Memory Cards
  11. 11. SSD Drives – Solid State Drives
  12. 12. All are File Cabinets =
  13. 13. Organize with File Cabinets
  14. 14. Organize with Hanging Folders
  15. 15. Put Manila Folders in Hanging Folders
  16. 16. Organized
  17. 17. Organized
  18. 18. Organize Your Computer Files
  19. 19. Windows 7 Windows Explorer to organize files
  20. 20. Start Button
  21. 21. Libraries
  22. 22. Sub-Folder
  23. 23. Layouts
  24. 24. Layout Choices
  25. 25. Layout Choices
  26. 26. Navigation Panes
  27. 27. Add Preview Pane
  28. 28. Preview Pane
  29. 29. Extra Large Icons
  30. 30. Large Icons
  31. 31. Medium Icons
  32. 32. Small Icons
  33. 33. List
  34. 34. Details
  35. 35. Tiles
  36. 36. Content
  37. 37. Sorting
  38. 38. A to Z
  39. 39. Sort again
  40. 40. Z to A
  41. 41. Sorted by Date
  42. 42. Search in Folder & Sub Folders
  43. 43. Right Mouse Click the File
  44. 44. Open With ->
  45. 45. Click & Drag to Desired Folder
  46. 46. 1 Windows Folder Open
  47. 47. 2 Windows Folders Open
  48. 48. Change folder in second window
  49. 49. How to Download a File and Save It To a Folder Of Your Choice
  50. 50. We Are On A Website & Wish to Download a File
  51. 51. Right Click on the Link to the File
  52. 52. Click Save Link As…
  53. 53. It Opens a Dialog Box
  54. 54. You May Have To Find The Desired Folder
  55. 55. There are Several Ways To Get There
  56. 56. When You are in The Desired Folder You May Want To Create Its Own Folder
  57. 57. Right Mouse Click in a Blank Area or Click “New folder”
  58. 58. You Have Created a New Folder
  59. 59. Rename It
  60. 60. Double Click the Folder
  61. 61. Then Save the File To It
  62. 62. It Is Now In Its Folder
  63. 63. Double Click & Open the Download
  64. 64. You Have Organized Your Downloaded File & Should Be Able To Find It Easily!
  65. 65. Windows 10 File Explorer to organize files
  66. 66. Start Menu
  67. 67. Find Windows System
  68. 68. File Explorer or This PC under Windows System
  69. 69. Same thing in 2 places
  70. 70. This PC
  71. 71. File Explorer
  72. 72. Similar to Windows 7, but now a Ribbon
  73. 73. Turning on the Ribbon
  74. 74. Similar Views to Window 7
  75. 75. Similar Panes, Too
  76. 76. Added a Details Panel
  77. 77. Extra Large Icons
  78. 78. Large Icons
  79. 79. Medium Icons
  80. 80. Small Icons
  81. 81. List
  82. 82. Details
  83. 83. You can add columns
  84. 84. You can modify the columns
  85. 85. You can modify the columns
  86. 86. Widen, Move, Sort, etc.
  87. 87. You can widen the Navigation Pane
  88. 88. To This
  89. 89. Let’s Look at the Ribbon
  90. 90. Highlight to Move
  91. 91. Highlight to Copy
  92. 92. Select One File
  93. 93. To Select All But One
  94. 94. Invert the Selection
  95. 95. Quick Access Tool Bar at the Top
  96. 96. File Explorer Can be Pinned on the Taskbar or the Start Menu
  97. 97. Open 2 File Explorer Windows
  98. 98. Snap 1 to a Side
  99. 99. Snap the 2nd to the Other Side
  100. 100. Copy or Move from 1 to the Other
  101. 101. Right Mouse to Control your Choice
  102. 102. Organize your files using a File Manager Use 3rd Party Applications if you want or use the one that comes with Windows
  103. 103. Questions?

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