Navigating the Desktop
The desktop has several preset icons (graphical representations) to help you organize the content stored on the computers hard drive. In your office, you have a letter rack, file folders and a rubbish bin to assist you in categorizing and managing the physical information available to you. Within Windows, the desktop acts as your virtual office, providing you with a place to store your files, access your data and dispose of information you no longer required.
The desktop is organized for ease of navigation, and its appearance and content can be highly customized. By default the desktop has the My Computer, My Network Places (or Network Neighborhood in pre-Windows 2000 Operating Systems), Recycle Bin and Internet Explorer icons visible upon it. Windows 2000 and XP also have the My Documents folder visible.
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