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Organizing your digital life with File Explorer
Customize how you save and organize files. By taking full advantage of the options available in File Explorer, you’ll know how to find and share any file you own.
View high quality photos on your digital camera with the RAW Image Extension
View your professional-looking graphics on your digital camera with the RAW Image Extension with the Windows 10 May 2019 Update.
OneDrive Files on-Demand: Your files, your way
Meet the team behind One Drive Files on Demand and hear their story about how storing content and making it easily accessible to you has been their top priority.
Flash drive video file
I put my flash drive into my computer that has some video files I need to copy to my desktop but when I open the flash drive and try to open the video files it says “ this file isnt playable that might be because the file type is unsupported, the file extension is incorrect, or the file is corrupt” What do I do to open the file?
Zipping one or more files
To zip one or more files: 1. In a folder in File Explorer, highlight all of the files by pressing CTRL + A. 2. Right-click any of the highlighted file as long as all files are highlighted, point to Send to, and then click Compressed (zipped) folder. 3. Type the name and press ENTER. Tips: You can also zip one or more folders. You can share your compressed (zipped) folder to someone for e-mailing or to another computer on the network.
Use Microsoft Edge to stay in control over pop-ups
Lean how to use Microsoft Edge to protect yourself from malicious pop-ups and how to recognize safe ones.
Tips of the day: Becoming an expert
To draw a selection box around a group of files, click a corner of the group, and then drag the rectangle to form the box. To start a command prompt window, from which you can start programs, click Start, type "command prompt" (without the quotes), and then click Command Prompt. You can press WINDOWS LOGO + R to use the Run command to open shared folders on other computers. You can drag the program's icon to the taskbar to make running programs quicker. You can drag a file's icon into a document, or even drag a shortcut icon into a document or mail message. You can start a Windows-based program from a command prompt window. You can copy and paste text between Command Prompt and Windows 10. In the command prompt window, highlight any text you want, and then right-click to copy the text to the clipboard. You can then paste the text into your application, such as Microsoft Word. You can set File Explorer to show or hide three-letter filename extensions.
Thoughts on new Microsoft Edge?
Hey, this is Robert, a Learning Specialist with Microsoft. Now that the new Chromium Microsoft Edge has been officially released for a couple of weeks. What do you all think about it? What are some browser extensions you use on other browsers that you'd like to see on Edge? If you don't have it already, you should be able to download it by going to https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/edge
My All data is loss and correptid by .grod extenstion virus
i was working on my laptop and i receive a notification of update and i have click on when my update was near to completion like 99% my all PC files are corrupted by the .grod extension. Now i am facing a problem that cause by the .grod extension. I have not only single file which is working properly. suggest me best possible solution for this problem.
Macro for "show desktop icons"
Is there any way you can set a macro key on your keyboard to show or not show Desktop icons ?
In File Explorer under View, in the Show/hide group, select the File name extensions check box. Below is a list of common Windows file name extensions and formats. Extension. Format. aac, adt, adts. Windows audio file. accdb. Microsoft Access database file. accde.
Extension Name of file format Description.csv : CSV (Comma delimited) Saves a workbook as a comma-delimited text file for use on another Windows operating system, and makes sure that tab characters, line breaks, and other characters are interpreted correctly.
The <fileExtensions> element contains a collection of <add> elements that specify unique file name extensions that IIS will either allow or deny, depending on how each <add> element is defined. By using the <fileExtensions> element, you can fine-tune the types of content that your server will make available to Web clients.
The "x" signifies an XML file that has no macros, and the "m" signifies an XML file that does contain macros. For example, when you save a document in Word, the file now uses the .docx file name extension by default, instead of the .doc file name extension. When you save a file as a template, you see the same kind of change.