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Where are file and folder tasks?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by zvone, Dec 29, 2010.

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  1. zvone

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    I recently bought laptop with win.7 already installed. What I realized first, there is not file and folder tasks on the left side as is on XP ! That one I use all the time for copying files, pictures, songs.. Now all I can do is cut, copy and paste. I can't believe they missed that one in Win7? Any ideas how to get it?
     
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  4. zvone

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    Thanks mate but there is nothing about file folder tasks there(send to, copy to,.....).
     
  5. indianacarnie

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    Sorry, Been so long since I've used xp I really dont know what you're looking for. the copy/send to is about all I use for my folders. Everything else I need are in the accessories in the start menu. Sorry that I was no help.
     
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    Sorry mate, my reply was meant for the previous guy(phantom). I just want to thank you because your suggestion worked great! Thanks again!
     
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    Glad I could be of help. Enjoy win7, after you've used it for a few weeks you'll never want to even look at an older o.s. :)
     
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