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Undoing Changes

In Windows you can undo the last three actions you perform when working with Windows Explorer. If you inadvertently delete a file, move it to the wrong location, or make a mistake when renaming a file or folder, click the Undo button on the Standard Buttons toolbar or press Ctrl+Z.

It's not always easy to tell exactly what Undo will accomplish, and there's no Redo option to restore your original action, either. Within an Explorer window, look at the top of the Edit menu to see what Windows can undo. Likely choices include Undo Delete, Undo Move, and Undo Rename.


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