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Which one of the following describes how to access your local disk in Windows XP?
Go to Control panel, the drives are listed there. C Drive is the most common designation for a computer hard drive. [ Double click the icon and you are now in the local disk. Read more: ]
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User: Which one of the following describes how to access your local disk in Windows XP?





Weegy: Go to Control panel, the drives are listed there. C Drive is the most common designation for a computer hard drive. [ Double click the icon and you are now in the local disk. Read more: ]
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User: To copy a selected file from one folder to another, you could use the.

Weegy: Click-and-drag. But mostly it will only move the file from one location to another. If you want to copy it, as in create a new copy where you want it and still retain the old one where it is, use Ctrl+Click-and-drag. [ ]
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