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The program used to store files on windows is called: Windows Explorer.
Files that are critical for successful Os (Operating system) load are called program files. Some computers run on Windows program files and some computers run on Mac program files.
Program called VLC player and it is free.
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linker or binder
In the program files folder in your hard drive.. 32bit programs will go into a folder called Program Files(x86)
The files which are present at the top of any program or any presentation is called as hader files.Generally this files is used for indicate main activity.
If you have Xp 64 then you have 2 program files folders: Program files Program files (x86). Under Xp 32 you have only one program filesfolder: Program files
Apple has a program called Keynote which is similar to PowerPoint on a PC. Keynote files are the presentations created with Keynote.
There is no applications folder in Vista. However, you can find a folder called 'program files' in your windows partition. In program files, you can find your applications.
The computer program that detects viruses and repairs the damaged files is called an Antivirus. The have different but advanced techniques of finding out files which are clones or those which have irregular multiplication characteristics.
Files are named in the method: filename.extension When the file is a program, the extension is 'exe' so if a file called 'hello' was a program, it would be called: hello.exe
.Rar files are basically compressed sets of files into a smaller file. (similar to .zip files) if you want to open .Rar files on a Mac you need a program called UnRarX 2. It is free If you wish to open .Rar files on a PC you need a program called WinRar. There are many versions of it available on the web and it has a free forty day trial.
If they are being kept in case there is a chance of losing the originals, they are called backups. Otherwise they can just be referred to as copies.
The easiest way is to check Program Files folder. If you have two of them one is Program Files, another one is Program Files x86 then you have Windows x64, if you have only one Program Files, you have Windows x32.
A virus is a program that can damage files on your computer.
Yes it is. If you look in c: drive then you can see "Program Files" and "Program Files (x86)". The 32 bit programs are present in "Program Files (x86)" and 64 bit programs just in "Program Files".
To decipher the names of .exe files and what they are, it depends on the types of .exe files they are. You can use a program called Winrar to extract the contents of the .exe file to see what it is.
Mostly, they are in a folder called Program Files in C:\\ drive.
You can do it with a free program called DvdFlick
When you move files from one program to another what you doing is exporting the file from one program and importing it into the other program
I would recommend download Adobe Reader. It is able to read pdf files easily without the hassle of trying to convert them to word files. This program is free and very fast. You won't be disappointed.
The name of a program that can read Postscript files is Postscript Viewer. This program allows the user to view Postscript files in Adobe Reader.?æ
Although many files these days do come in zipped files it is extremely easy to unzip the files. One of the oldest and best known programs for doing this is a program called WinZip.