EFS stands for Encrypted File System and is used to encrypt folders and files in Windows XP or Vista.This encryption works ONLY when using the Windows NTFS file system!
Windows explorer or file explorer in windows 10
Yes. Ubuntu can read files and directories created by a Windows system.
In windows operating system it is called "Windows Explorer", file name: "explorer.exe".
You should not mess with any system files unless you absolutly know what you are doing.
Only the files and programs that users specify are available offline
All files in Windows are in folders even when it seems not. But by removing many files from your desktop and have a neat folder system you will locate files quicker and may increase Windows performace slightly.
EFS stands for Encrypted File System and is used to encrypt folders and files in Windows XP or Vista.
Windows Explorer is the native application to manage folders and files.
You can find it in the Windows folder which is on the system hard drive. You will not able to see system32 if you have the options "Hide system files and folders" on. To turn it off you have to go Start->My Computer->Tools->Folder Options...->View->Advanced settings, Show hidden files and folders and you have to uncheck "Hide protected operating system files".
False, the operating system is not responsible for storing files and folders on a secondary storage device.
The operating system manages the files and folders on your computer
What is used to organize files and folders depends on the operating system. Foe example: Windows Explorer is one often used in MS Windows. Nautilus is a file manager often used in Linux. There are many more - search Google.
This depends on your Operating System. On a Windows OS, the most common and most important folders are Windows, system32 and most other folders inside the Windows folder, ProgramData, Program Files, Program Files (x86) (the installation folder for 32-bit programs on a 64-bit version of Windows), and Users.
Yes, an operating system is responsible for storing files and folders on a secondary storage device using an organizational method called the file system.
Yes, an operating system is responsible for storing files and folders on a secondary storage device using an organizational method called a file system.
I would think data files, simply because you can always reinstall Windows system files
The file system.
They use a filing cabinet
The .dll files are hidden since they are so important to the operating system. However, if you want to take a look at them, click on Search, then type in *.dll tell it to look at hidden files. They will be listed and it will show what folders they are in. They are in several different folders such as i386.
yes it is important since it will be used in system recovering in case of windows problems