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Chapter 14. File and Folder Tricks and T... > First, a Few File and Folder Fundame...

First, a Few File and Folder Fundamentals

If you're new to Windows or if you upgraded to Windows 98 from Windows 3.x, you need to spend some time with Windows Explorer so the two of you can get to know each other. After all, as a Windows power user, you'll find that Windows Explorer is one of the most indispensable tools in the Windows 98 package. To that end, this section gives you a quickie introduction to Windows Explorer and runs through a few basic techniques.

The first thing we need to get clear is that in Windows 98 the differences between Windows Explorer—the file management tool—and Internet Explorer—the Web browser—are blurred. That is, each program is capable of displaying both local resources (disks and folders) and remote resources (Web pages on an intranet or the Internet).



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