By Jeff Ginger on behalf of Prairienet
This lesson extends into the more complicated aspects of operating Windows XP, helping them to conceptualize, organize and otherwise manage files.
What You'll Learn
This session focuses on learning what files are and where they are stored as well as how to make new ones and copy, move, and delete preexisting files. Learners are given a number of exercises to get the hang of manipulating files in Windows XP.
|Difficulty/Complexity: Moderate||Degree of Guidance: High||Useful Reference: Moderate|
|Critical Thinking: Moderate||Ideas for Instructors: Low||Length: Long|
|Pictures: Yes||Printable: Yes||includes videos|
A computer with Windows XP. Permissions must be set to allow for basic manipulation of files in at least one location. Learners should have a basic understanding of computers and been introduced to the basic components of Windows XP.
Related Resources or Alternative Tutorials
- Computer Training for Windwos XP (GCFLearnFree.org - similar to this tutorial)
- Microsoft's Digital Literacy Program for Computer basics (microsoft.com )
Begin this Tutorial
Managing Files with Windows XP (local)