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Where's Windows Explorer? Where's Windows Explorer?

(Windows XP) Is there no longer a Windows Explorer program? It looked to me like you were using one when you were here. But I can't find it. Have just been going through My Documents.

It's well hidden: Start / All Programs / Accessories / Windows Explorer. Right-click on the menu shortcut and drag it onto the Desktop. Or . . . Right-click on My Computer (on the Desktop), then left-click on Explore, which gives you the two-pane window which I personally prefer. One extra click; significant extra functionality.


whereisexplorer.shtml     |     Updated Wednesday, November 8, 2006
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