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Chapter 2. Working in Windows NT 4.0 > Introducing Windows NT Explorer

Introducing Windows NT Explorer

The Windows NT Explorer (see Figure 2.33) is a tool that gives you a hierarchical view of all the resources accessible from your computer, including network resources. From Windows NT explorer, you can open, copy, move, rename, delete files and folders, connect to network resources, and more. The Windows NT Explorer is the last choice on the Programs menu.

Figure 2.33. Windows NT Explorer lets you view and manage all of the resources on your computer.



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