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Important Basic Computer Tasks

Important Basic Computer Tasks

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Basic computer tasks everyone should know.
Basic computer tasks everyone should know.

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Important Basic Computer TasksCreating Folders
When you use a program and save your work, or when you install a program’you’re creating files. You can store your files in many locations –on the hard disk,a network drive, a floppy disk, and so on. To better organize your files, you canalso store them in folders
To Create Folders
1.
On the desk top, double-click
My Computer 
or point to
My Computer 
and
Right
-click.On the
File
-menu click
Open.
The My Computer window opens2.Double-click the disk drive or folder In which you want to create the folder.The drive or folder window opens.
3.
On the
File
-menu, point to
New
and then click
folder 
4.
Type the folder name and press ENTERThe new folder appears in the location you selected.
Note:
An easy way to open Files, folders and drives is as follows.
1.
Point to the file, folder or drive you wish to open.
2.
Right
-click on the file, folder or drive
3.
On the
File
-menu click
Open
4.The file, folder or drive opens.(This can be used instead of double-clicking.)
Renaming Files and Folders
If you decide to change the name of a file or folder, you can quickly rename it.
To rename a file or folder 
1.
In a window, right-click the file or folder you want to rename.
2.
On the
file
menu, click
rename
3.
Type a name and then press ENTER.
Copying and Moving Files and Folders
When you create files and folders, you may want to copy or move them toanother location. Unless you’re an advanced user, you should avoid movingprogram and system files.
To copy or move a file or folder 
1.In a window, select the file or folder you want to copy or move.
Note.
You can select multiple items. To select nonadjacent items, holddown CTRL and click the items you want to select. To select adjacent

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