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Would some kind soul please remind me how I view the files on a flash drive inserted into a W10 desktop?

 

How do I get to the Command Prompt screem? Once I get to C:> I think I I recall using DOS commnds.

 

It is not a happy day when you reach an age where you forget more each day than you learn. Thank goodness for GtG. But even anonymously, some of the things I have forgotten are really embarrassng.

 

Thanks. .... batpark


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Would some kind soul please remind me how I view the files on a flash drive inserted into a W10 desktop?


You can view the files using Windows Explorer. Click the Start button in the bottom left corner (Windows logo) and type File Explorer in the search box.
Select "File Explorer" in the search results.

On the left pane, scroll down to This PC and look for the flash drive letter. Double-click the drive letter to view its contents.
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iMacg3 -- Thank you so much. It is all coming back to me ,slowly. .... batpark


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