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Chapter 2. Basic Explorer Coping Skills

Chapter 2. Basic Explorer Coping Skills

The face of Windows Me that users see most is Windows Explorer, commonly known simply as Explorer. Explorer (Explorer.exe) is the primary shell interface, handling the desktop, the Start Menu, the Recycle Bin, Control Panel, My Computer, the Explorer window, and about a million other things.

Given the amount of time we spend starting programs, finding files, copying folders, and configuring Windows, it makes sense to invest a little time not only to find better ways to accomplish these tasks, but also to learn how to configure Windows to work more like the way we think. In addition, you can make your experience with Windows a lot more pleasurable by giving it a little personality and reducing the various headache-causing annoyances—think of all the money for codeine you'll save.


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