MOVING A FILE/FOLDER/GRAPHIC/IMAGE
August 3, 2013
[MY COMPUTER TUTORIALS]
- For Windows: We will use Windows/File or Windows Explorer - to move or cut a file or a folder. By the way, moving and or cutting a file or a folder is different from copying a file, because by copying a file, we duplicate the file, and the original file is still on it's original location and just making a copy to bring it on another location. While moving or cutting a file, is actually, sending the file to it's own new location, so thereby, removing it from it's current or original location, and moves it to it's new destination, we specify.
- Right-Click on the specific item, navigate to that pop up dialogue box and click on cut option, go to your preferred folder and right- click again inside that location and click on paste option.
- Cut and Paste, is the fastest way to relocate or move a file or a folder. It also removes the file to it's original /current location, then places it to it's new location.