In MS-DOS, several special "device files" were available to aid in performing certain tasks, such as clearing the screen or deleting extraneous output from a program. In order to maintain backwards-compatibility, all versions of Windows up to and including Windows 7 will refuse to allow you to create a file with these "reserved" device file names. The following file names are reserved:
CON, incidentally, was a device file used to capture whatever was printed onscreen.
CON is a reserved device name in Windows.
Files may be a document or an image and they must be saved in a folder that you can create clicking on New Folder on Windows Explorer. Now you can drag it onto the folder that you have just created after named it.
If you mean an sub menu on the start menu on Windows then you will need to right click on the start button and click 'Open'. A new Windows Explorer window will open, there should be a folder named 'Programs' or 'All Programs' open this and then create a new folder. You can now put shortcuts and files in this folder and they will appear on the start menu. The sub menu will be named after what you call the folder you have created.
if you mean Windows XP, you go into your documents and click a button in the folder with a folder with sun rays, this will allow you to name a folder, then click enter. Or Click on 'file' in the top left corner. Go down to 'new', when the bar opens up. Go down the selection to 'Folder' and click on it. The folder will be automatically named 'new Folder' and highlit blue. Type over with your required name.
Click the folder about 3 or 4 times and edit the name.
Depending upon the Windows version, the folder used for cache files is different. For Windows 8, the most up-to-date version of Windows at present, the folder is named "INetCache."
Yeah, it is indeed. It is located into your username-named folder. You will find that folder at "C:\users\<<username>>" or "C:\documents and settings\<<username>>\local configuration"
1.Create a new folder 2. Try to rename as con as by typing CON and without clicking out side of the folder perform left click and go to the options: insert unicode control character>> NODS CON folder named folder created.
You need internet to play your music. (Windows Media Player) To download music from your PC to your PSP, make a folder named MUSIC under the folder named PSP. Load your music into this folder. PUT THE ACTUAL SONGS IN THE "MUSIC" FOLDER. Do NOT make subfolders or the PSP will not recognize the songs.
open the "templates" directory in your Joomla installation. Then create a sub folder in it named "tutorial_template". All the files of your template will reside in it. Inside your new directory, create a file called index.php, and another named templates details.xml. Then create a folder named css and in it. well..!!if you are beginner i would suggest you to go for ready made joomla template
To Eliminate desktop Clutter. Windows XP periodically moves unused desktop icons into a folder named Unused Desktop Shortcuts.
yes, you can only you must choice: actualization at installation menu, so your documents and archives will bw sent to a folder named: windows .old at C: directory