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Chapter 9. Working with Disks and Drives > Copying Files, Folders, and Disks

Copying Files, Folders, and Disks

When you havepartitioned and formatted your disks, you can use the standard Windows 98 disk tools to store and manage your files, regardless of which file system you have elected to use. From the drive displays in Windows Explorer and the My Computer window, you can copy files, directories, and entire disks by dragging and dropping them onto other drives or directories.

By default, when you drag a file or directory to another location on the same logical drive, Windows 98 moves that file or directory, deleting it from its original location. When you drag a file or directory to a location on a logical separate drive, Windows 98 copies the file or directory, leaving the original in place.


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