How do I check the properties of a file in Windows?

1. Right-click on the file and select Properties

2. In the General tab, you can view basic information such as the name, type, location, size, and date modified.
3. The Version tab displays information about the version of the file. It usually includes details on the software that created the file.
4. The Security tab displays who has access to the file and what permissions they have.
5. The Details tab shows additional information such as the date taken, dimensions, author, and so on.
6. The Customize tab lets you customize the icon associated with the file, as well as other options.
7. The Sharing tab lets you share the file with others on your network or over the Internet.
8. The Tools tab gives you options for finding and backing up your data, and optimizing how the file is used.
9. The Previous Versions tab lets you view and restore older versions of the file if it has been backed up.
10. The History tab provides a list of activities performed on the selected file.
11. The Management tab lets you manage the file’s ownership and permissions, as well as the disk space it uses.
12. The Print tab allows you to print documents and images right from Windows Explorer.
13. The Compress and Uncompress buttons let you quickly compress or uncompress archived files.
14. The Offline Files tab lets you view and manage files stored locally and on remote networks.
15. The Shortcut tab lets you create a shortcut to the file so you can quickly access it.
16. The Advanced tab gives you additional options such as whether to open the file in the same window, hide extensions for known file types, and more.
17. The Encryption tab allows you to encrypt the file with a password.
18. The Trust Center tab displays security settings and options for handling potentially unsafe files.
19. The Confirm Open After Download tab lets you choose what to do after downloading a file.
20. The Startup tab lets you choose what files to open at startup.
21. The Resources tab provides information on the CPU, memory, and other resources that the file is using.
22. The Language tab lets you switch between languages for displaying the user interface.
23. The Location tab lets you specify a geographical location for the file.
24. The Read Only tab prevents the file from being modified or deleted.
25. The Properties dialog also allows you to configure custom properties specific to the file type.