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  • have you ever downloaded or saved a file on Lee to have trouble finding it later?

  • Trying to track down a misplaced file could be frustrating or even stressful.

  • But if this ever happens to you, don't panic.

  • The file is probably still on your computer, and there are a few good ways to locate it.

  • Let's take a look at some of the techniques you can use to retrieve your files.

  • If you recently edited the file you need, you may be able to find it in the recent files.

  • Open the File Explorer and locate the recent file section.

  • In older versions of Windows, it may appear in a different place.

  • If you come across the file, you need just double click it to open it.

  • You can also try opening the application where you created the file.

  • For example, if it's an Excel spreadsheet, Open Excel and looked through the files displayed on the start screen.

  • If you're having trouble hunting down a file that you downloaded from the Internet like a photo attached to an email, you can check the downloads folder.

  • A list of your recently downloaded files will appear.

  • You can browse the list for the file.

  • You need other good places to check for a misplaced file Are the default folders If you don't specify a location when saving a file, Windows will play certain types of files in these folders.

  • You can click on this PC in older versions.

  • This may be called my computer.

  • Here you will see the default folders.

  • You can check these files and folders to see if you spot the file.

  • For example, if you're looking for a photo, try examining the Pictures folder.

  • If you are still struggling to find a file, you can use the search bar in the file Explorer.

  • Just begin typing a file name or keywords any file with those words the name will display below.

  • Review them to see if any are a match.

  • You can also use the search bar in the lower left of the desktop.

  • If you're using an older version, you may need to open the start menu to see it.

  • Unlike in the File Explorer, this search bar will look for more than just files, including results from the Internet, names of applications and even emails.

  • You've written containing the search terms.

  • The number of results may make it hard for you to easily locate the file you need.

  • If you think you may have deleted the file by mistake, it may still be in the recycle bin.

  • Double click the Recycle Bin icon on the desktop to open it.

  • If you discover the file you need, click and drag it to the desktop to remove it from the recycle bin.

  • Finally, once you've located the file, you may want to make it easier for you to find in the future.

  • For example, you can rename the file by right clicking and selecting rename.

  • For this file.

  • You might consider moving it to the Pictures folder, and the next time you want to open that file, you'll be able to access it quickly and easily G c F global creating opportunities for a better life.

have you ever downloaded or saved a file on Lee to have trouble finding it later?

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Windows Basics: Finding Files on Your Computer

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/13
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