Monday, 21 September 2015

Move A File From One Folder To Another In Windows Vista

Much like your physical office, the Windows Vista operating system keeps important information inside folders. These virtual folders can hold text files, program files, system files or other folders. The files within folders can be moved around within the folder, or put inside of sub-folders. Often, moving a file from one folder to another may be necessary to add a feature to a program, or a file to a utility. If you use Windows Vista and want to move a file from one folder to another, you can do so with a few clicks of the mouse.


1. Double-click on the folder that contains the file you want to move.

2. Right-click on the file.

3. Click "Copy" if you want to make a copy of the file to move to another folder. Click "Cut" if you want to remove the existing file and paste it into another folder.

4. Double-click on the folder to which you want to move your file.

5. Right-click anywhere inside the folder.

6. Click "Paste."

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