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Easily Working with Two Windows
When you're scanning your hard disk with Windows Explorer and need to copy or move a group of files from one folder to another, you know that you can drag the files to left pane and scroll through Windows Explorer's tree list. However, sometimes it's nice to have two windows open and copy from one window to the other.
Fortunately, you can easily open a second window from within Windows Explorer.
To do so, simply right-click the folder containing the files you want to copy and select Open from the context menu. When the folder window opens return to Windows Explorer and locate the destination folder, you can then easily copy or move the files using two windows.