Windows 10 Files and Folders

Test your knowledge of working with files and folders in Windows 10.

The test contains 20 multiple choice questions. When you have finished answering the questions, click the View your results button at the bottom of this page. Your test results and the correct answers are shown immediately on your screen. With a score of sufficient or greater, you can receive the Computer Certificate by email if desired.

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Test questions:

1. Where do you go in File Explorer to view files on a USB stick that has been inserted into the computer?

2. How do you move a file to another folder?

3. What is the name of the folder which is meant for saving text files?

4. What does this pictogram in File Explorer indicate?

5. Can you create a new library in Windows?

6. What can you see in the address bar in File Explorer?

7. Can you empty all the items in the Recycle Bin in Windows all at once?

8. What happens to the files when you delete them from the Documents folder?

9. Can you delete a folder all at once in File Explorer?

10. Which folder is not one of your personal folders?

11. Can you recover files after they have been removed from the Recycle Bin?

12. Can you create your own new folders in Windows?

13. Can a folder contain multiple files with the same name?

14. Which two commands from the menu can be used to move a file?

15. Can you open a file by clicking a folder in the navigation pane on the left side of File Explorer?

16. How do you release the selection of multiple files in File Explorer?

17. What is a library in File Explorer?

18. Which key do you use to select multiple non-contiguous files?

19. What is meant by a folder in Windows?

20. What happens if you click Windows10Map&Bestand_PijlnaarLinks in File Explorer?

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Suggested book(s) by this test:

Windows 10 for SENIORS
Windows 10 for SENIORS for the Beginning Computer User