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Chapter 12. Managing Files with My Compu... > Two Views of Windows Explorer

Two Views of Windows Explorer

The most basic building block of Windows is the icon. Every object you work with has its own icon—files and folders, drives and network servers, programs, printers, and shortcuts to web pages. Program icons are as distinctive as product logos, data files use standard icons that help you group related files easily, and system objects use icons that are intended to illustrate their main function. They're all organized into folders and subfolders in a strict hierarchy.


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