Finding any file in Windows Vista

Written by itzco on Thursday, April 2, 2009 15:17 - 0 Comments

Step 1: Click the start button, and start typing in the search box the name, or part of the name, of the file you want.

Step 2: As you type, you’ll see the search results, if  there are too many results, type more of the name to narrow the search, or include the file extension if you know it.

Step 3: When you locate the file, do the next:

Click the file to run the default action for the type of file.

Or Right-click the file, and choose the action you want from the shortcut menu.

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