Organisation, Naming, Deletion and Archiving of files

*IGNORE THE RIGHT HAND SIDE OF THE IMAGES. MY SECOND SCREEN DECIDED TO JOIN THE SCREENSHOT HYPE*

In the following slideshow you can see on the left hand side. The process i took to create an archive folder, and inside i compressed a folder i had, called GoPro. This then became a tiny size compared to the original 9.7Gb.  All of the data is no archived, in case i need it at some point, but is stored away tidily, yet ins’t taking up as much space.

To start with, i chose the drive i wanted to use. This i felt the best option would be my standard WDblack hard drive. This is the drive i use to record my videos onto, and edit them on. Due to its size i felt like it would be appropriate to use for a drive to archive items in a compressed state in.  I then used a simple right click to create a folder, and copied and pasted the GoPro folder over. Then again, used a simple right click to be able to compress the file. Then deleted the original large file.

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To rename files, all you need to do is double click on the name, or right click on the file/document and click rename, type in the name, and click enter. The following slideshow will show you the process i took to rename a word document.

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To delete a file, all you have to do is, right click, and click delete. Then either accept or deny the warning message.

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