Where is the Documents and Settings folder?
All user’s profiles are located under C:sers. Here you can find your Desktop, Documents, etc. If you need to see the C:\Documents and Settings link, first you have to enable “Show hidden files and folders” from the Folder Options in Windows Explorer.
How do I access Documents and settings?
To access the Folder Options you must press “ALT” in Windows Explorer to make the menu visible. You’ll find them under tools. Now, you should be able to see Documents and Settings. But if you double click on it, you’ll get an error messages.
Where Can I Find My Documents folder?
Browsing to the Documents folder in Windows Explorer Open My Computer. Double-click the C: drive. In the C: drive, double-click the Documents and Settings folder. In Documents and Settings, double-click the folder for the users My Documents you want to see.
Where is C :\ Documents and Settings folder in Windows 10?
In Windows 10, no ‘C:\Documents and Settings’ folder anymore. You may find that folder’s contents in ‘C:\Users\YourUserID\AppData\Local’ folder in Windows 10.
Where is the documents folder on Mac?
Open the Finder from the dock then at the top bar click Finder and select preferences from the drop down. Then select “Sidebar”. There you can select what shows up in the Finder sidebar. Check documents and it should start showing up.
How do I find my documents on a Mac?
You can find files on your Mac by using either of the Mac’s comprehensive search features. You can use the search box in your Mac’s Finder to search for files within one folder, or your whole computer. You can also use Spotlight search, available on any screen, to find files on your computer and on the web.
Why can’t I access my Documents in Windows 10?
You don’t have the appropriate permissions Right-click the file or folder, and then click Properties. Click the Security. Under Group or user names, tap or click your name to see the permissions that you have. To open a file, you have to have the Read permission.
Where are the documents and settings in Vista?
You probably know that the C:\\Documents and Settings folder doesn’t exist anymore in Vista. It was replaced by the C:\\Users and C:\\ProgramData. Vista uses symbolic links pointing to these new folders for compatibility reasons. However, many guides still refer to the old folder structure.
Where to find documents and settings in Windows XP?
You can, however, navigate to subfolders of Document and Settings by entering the corresponding folder name in the address bar of Windows Explorer. For example, just type C:Documents and Settings%username% and you will see all of the user profiles’ subfolders, you know from Windows XP.
Where are the documents and settings in Windows 7?
In Windows 7 the Documents and Settings is C:\\Users\\User name\\AppData\\Roaming. 0. Converting recently from Windows XP to Windows 7, I’ve still got programs I previously used in new Windows 7 paths namely C:\\Documents and Settings\\All Users\\Start Menu\\Programs, and C:\\Documents and Settings\\Marc\\Start Menu\\Programs.
Where is the C : \\ documents and Settings folder?
Here you can find your Desktop, Documents, etc. If you need to see the C:\\Documents and Settings link, first you have to enable “Show hidden files and folders” from the Folder Options in Windows Explorer. Open Windows Explorer. Click on Tools and select Folder Option and then the View tab.