Windows Explorer 7 Guide for JAWS

This guide, written by David Bailes, explains Windows Explorer on Windows 7. Its uses include browsing or searching the contents of disks, folders and libraries, opening files, deleting files and folders, renaming them, copying and moving them around, and creating new folders. One way of opening Windows Explorer is to press Windows Key+E, and other ways are described later in the guide. This is a must read for anyone who is using the JAWS screen reader!

Click this link to read the Windows Explorer (7) Guide.

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