File Management Vocabulary
Terms in this set (20)
A duplicate copy of a file.
compressed (zipped) folder
A folder that reduces the size of the files it contains so they take up less disk space.
An icon in the Navigation pane of a folder window that shows the drives on your computer.
A dot followed by three or more characters in a filename that identifies the file's type.
To create an uncompressed copy of a file in a folder you specify.
A collection of data that has a name and is stored on a computer.
An icon that indicates a file's type.
A notation that indicates a file's location on your computer.
The name given to a file when it is saved; identifies the file's contents.
A container for files.
A window that displays the files and subfolders in a folder.
A storage device permanently housed inside the computer case.
A central place to view and organize files and folders stored anywhere that your computer can access, such as your hard disk, removable drives, and network.
To remove a file from its current location and place it in a new location.
A button that displays a list of recent locations; appears next to the Address bar in a folder window.
An area on your hard disk that holds deleted files until you remove them permanently.
The location at the top of the file system hierarchy where Windows stores folders and important files that it needs when you turn on the computer.
A folder contained within another folder.
A small graphic that previews a file's contents for certain file types.
A tool that shows the contents of the default libraries on your computer, making it easy to find the files you work with often, such as documents and pictures.
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