How do i access windows explorer in windows xp?

Answer Open the Run prompt by clicking the "Start" button on your Desktop taskbar and selecting "Run" on the "Start" menu. Click the blank area in the Run prompt and type "explorer.exe" or "explorer." Pre... Read More »

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How do I access other folders in Windows Explorer?

Windows 7Double click on the "Windows Explorer" icon, or if no icon is available, right-click on the "Start" button and select "Open Windows Explorer." Windows Explorer will open to the Libraries f... Read More »

How do i access windows explorer in vista?

Double-click any folder on your Windows Vista computer to access Windows Explorer instantly with that folder as your starting point. Holding the "Windows" key on the keyboard and pressing "E" opens... Read More »

How do I access data using Windows Explorer?

Open Windows ExplorerRight-click the "Start" button, and select "Explore," or depress the "Windows Key" and tap the "E" key.Find the Data You Want to AccessClick on the folder in the left pane of t... Read More »

How do I access Internet Explorer without changing windows?

Pin the ProgramPlace your mouse cursor over the Internet Explorer icon on your computer's desktop. Click and drag the icon down to your Quick Launch (Windows Vista) bar or taskbar (Windows 7). This... Read More »