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#1 Pieman

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Posted 11 January 2006 - 03:27 AM

How do I navigate to a particular file from Windows Explorer ? Do I just type in the full address in the address bar ? This may sound stupid but I have been advised to delete some files which may be present but am having difficulty finding some of them.
Also, one of the accounts on my PC is not able to find W E under Prgrams/Accessories. Might it be hidden somewhere else and how do I find it ?
Thanks for help.

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Posted 11 January 2006 - 08:19 AM

"Navigate to a file" means to just, go to that file.
Example:
Say your told to navigate to "Microsoft Office".
You can type in the address, in the address bar, C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office, or
Double click My Computer.
Double click Local Disc (C:).
Double click Program Files.
Double click the Microsoft Office folder.

That's how you "navigate" to a file.
Windows Explorer is what you're using, to navigate to the file.

but am having difficulty finding some of them.

Is your computer set to show hidden files?
How to see hidden files in Windows
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