Vista Media Center supports Windows Media files which are .wm, .asf. Also supports Windows Media Video files such as .wmv. Windows video files in .avi format are also supported. The .mpeg, .mpg, .mpe, .m1v, .mp2, and .mpv2 movie files are all supported.
Use a good duplicate finder that supports Vista. There's plenty of choice.
Windows Vista supports Microsoft Office documents and most audio files. .... "Word" to start Microsoft Word, "Mail" to open Windows Mail
windows files can have up to 256 characters. they can be letters, numbers, nad spaces. no symbols. they can be in uppercase or lowercase
No. Windows XP supports upgrading in-place from Windows ME. However, a clean install is usually recommended, since it can help avoid errors in the conversion process and leaving unneeded files behind.
The program used to store files on windows is called: Windows Explorer.
Windows Live Photo Gallery 2011. You can group photos, apply effects, it supports RAW files, etc.
explan your bootable files in windows xp?
The boot files are in C://Windows/system32
Initially, the Windows Registry stored configuration information for components of the system. Later on, the Registry was extended to tidy up the profusion of INI files that had previously been used.
FAT32 supports compression of an entire logical drive but not compression of individual files or folders.
Most of the important Windows files are located in C:\Windows\System32
the three files in booting files in windows xp boot.ini ntldr and ntdetect.com
You have to use windows restore cd, to repair such files.
All the files under C:\Windows, which is what contains the OS.
The NTFS file system is case sensitive, but most file tools on Windows are not, and will not allow the creation of two files with the same characters in different case.
DOS is a older Windows OS (behind Windows 95). Command Prompt is in all Windows OS (Windows 95 to Windows 7) DOS only supports FAT file systems DOS can't CD to files with spaces in the address line DOS only supports OLD PC systems (anything that can run Windows 95 is to "new") That is all that I know, as I code in C++
because n97 supports .sis files
No...it wont...it will support only .jar files....
By default the tile view files are displayed in the Windows Explorer
The following booting files are required to start Windows XP: NTLDR, Boot.ini, and Ntdetect.com. The following files are optional when starting Windows XP: Ntbootdd.sys and Bootsect.dos. The following files are required to start Windows 7/Vista: Bootmgr (Windows Boot Manager) and BCD (Boot Configuration Data).
I would think data files, simply because you can always reinstall Windows system files
As I know, these are the files youtube supports: Windows Media Video (.WMV) .3GP (cell phones) .AVI (windows) .MOV (mac) .MP4 (ipod/psp) .MPEG .FLV (adobe flash) .MKV (h.264) 1. Your files` format is not the above. 2. Your files is larger than youtube allowed. 3. Your net is not soon quick.
* eg.: DIR C:\PROGRA*ILES