[pcductape] A Quick Way to the C:

  • From: "Pam" <ltf01@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2003 11:31:00 -0600

You guys are sooooo quiet!!!  That can only mean that everyone's computer
lives are running smooth as silk and no one wants anything more from their
computers.  =)
I read this this moring, and thought some of you might enjoy this tip too.

Pam

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by Christy Snow



OK, I know there are several ways to view the contents of your
hard drive (normally drive "C" ), but here's one that isnt used
often.

1. First hit your Windows Key and the letter "R." (The windows
key is located between the ALT & CTRL keys - if you don't have a
"windows" keyboard, you won't have this key and you'll need to
hit the Start button, Run to try this.)

2. You should now have the "Run" dialog box sitting in front of
you. Now, type in a back slash (/):

3. Hit Enter and you should get a window with a list of all the
stuff on your C: drive.


For WinXP

XP is proving to be a bit less quick here, but it's still as easy
as 1, 2, 3...

1. Hit the Windows key and the letter R.

2. Type "C:" (without the quotation marks) instead of the
backslash.

3. Hit Enter and voila! You should see the contents of your C:
drive.


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