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Windows Explorer
a program included in Windows XP that is designed to simplify file management tasks - lets you see the hierarchy of all the folders on your computer
Explorer bar
left pane of Windows Explorer that shows different ways of locating specific files or folders on your computer
Search pane
includes tools to help you search for a particular file of folder on your computer
Media pane
lists multimedia files, such as videos and music
Favorites pane
lists your favorite files and folders on your computer and sites on the Web
HIstory pane
organizes the files and folders on you computer by the date you last worked with them
Folders pane
organizes your files and folders based on their location in the hierarchy of objects on you computer
Name the five ways to display files and folders in Windows Explorer
Search pane
Favorites pane
Media pane
History pane
Folders pane
file allocation table (FAT)
contains information that your operating system uses to track the locations of all the files on the disk
(Windows Explorer Window Element)
Title bar
displays the name of the currently selected object in the Windows Explorer window
(Windows Explorer Window Element)
Menu bar
contains commands for working with files and folders in the Windows Explorer window
(Windows Explorer Window Element)
Standard Buttons toolbar
contains buttons that provide shortcuts to common commands
(Windows Explorer Window Element)
Address bar
shows the location of the active folder; you can click the list arrow on the Address bar to select a different location
(Windows Explorer Window Element)
Explorer bar
appears in the left pane and can be displayed in one of five ways; as a Search, Favorites, Media, History, or Folders pane
(Windows Explorer Window Element)
Folders pane
shows the folders and files on your computer; one of five panes you can display in the left pane, also called the Explorer bar
(Windows Explorer Window Element)
Right pane
shows the contents of the object selected in the left pane