Finding your files

Modified on Tue, 23 May, 2023 at 3:58 PM

There are specialized apps for Windows and macOS that you may use to browse, open, and manage your files. Your files are organized into distinct folders that have names that indicate the kinds of files they contain when you open your file browser. Your Documents folder, for instance, is typically where you'll find the documents you generate in Microsoft Office, Pages, and other apps, but your Pictures or Photos folder is where you'll discover your photos.


•    Windows: The Windows file browser is called File Explorer. You can open it by clicking the folder icon on the Taskbar, or by pressing Windows key + E on the keyboard.


•    macOS: The Mac file browser is called Finder, and you can open it by clicking the two-toned smiley face icon on the left side of the Dock.

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