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Old 11-05-2009
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Default file management

Hello,
I would like to know is how and where the management program files (the one you see when you make a copy or when you delete a file manually) please. I looked in my System32 and I have not found (or so he has a very odd name). I'm using Windows Vista.
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Re: Default file management

If I am not mistaken ,,Unlike a linux tool window has a file integer So I believe that you can remove
That window explorer
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Re: Default file management

I did not want to remove it, but use the command line. So if it is to explore, you can use command line (eg, Internet Explorer, when you download a file, you have a window with a progress bar) please?
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Re: Default file management

When you downloaded a file with Internet Explorer 7 or 6 or 8 or mozzila it is in firefox web browser
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Re: Default file management

Yes but then once it is downloaded, there is a window that moves the file to the location where it says progress. Otherwise create a file and delete it by hand, and you will see the window I am talking.
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