Video Description

this module you will learn objectives and skills for the file management portion of IT Fundamentals certification include Explain the basic methods of navigating an operating system

  • Executing programs

  • Manipulating files

    • Open

    • Edit

    • Save

    • Move

    • Copy

    • Cut

    • Paste

    • Delete

    • Rename
  • Difference between shortcuts and files

  • Navigate a file structure

  • Navigate with hot keys

  • Search, sort and display files

  • Read-only vs. modifiable files

  • Folder and file size

  • Folder and file permissions

  • Create screen captures

  • Accessibility options

  1. Display and navigate the file system:

  2. Windows: Review Use Windows Explorer to view and navigate the hard drive's file system structure.

  3. OS X: Review . Use the Finder to view and navigate the hard drive's file system structure.

  4. Linux: Review Use Files to view and navigate the hard drive's file system structure.

A file management system should not be confused with a file system, which manages all types of data and files in an operating system (OS), or a database management system (DBMS), which has relational database capabilities and includes a programming language for further data manipulation. A file management system's tracking component is key to the creation and management of this system, where documents containing various stages of processing are shared and interchanged on an ongoing basis.

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