Which of these programs would be the best choice for mirroring all of the files in a directory tree?
How does Windows organize files and folders? In this video, you’ll learn about referencing storage devices, folders, and individual files in Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.
One of your users has asked you to backup some important spreadsheets that are stored in the user’s Documents folder of their Windows XP machine. Where can you find this folder?
To save disk space on your laptop, you often compress files by selecting “Compress contents to save disk space” in the file or folder properties. On your USB-connected external drives, the compression option isn’t available. Why can’t you compress the files on your external storage?
When searching for files in Windows Vista, you find that it takes at least five minutes to complete the search, and you notice that the hard drive light is flashing the entire time. The computer works fine, otherwise. What is the most likely cause of this delay?
What is the default directory for user files in Windows Vista?
The Windows operating system includes a number of security features to secure users, files, and other content. In this video, you’ll learn about local users and groups, UAC, NTFS vs. share permissions, and much more.
Although Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista have similarities, there are a number of differences in the underlying organization of files. In this video, you’ll learn the differences in user file locations, system file locations, temporary file differences, and much more.
The Windows operating system provides a graphical front-end for browsing the files on your hard drive. What is the best choice to select for browsing the file system?
To improve the read and write performance of your hard drives, it’s been suggested that you tune up your file system by moving pieces of files into continuous sections. What utility best fits this description?