How do I move a file to a different folder in Windows?

Moving a file in Windows is a straightforward process that can be completed in a few easy steps.

1. Open the folder containing the file you want to move. The folder can be opened by double-clicking it, or you can find it using the search bar in the Start menu. Once the folder is opened, locate the file you want to move.

2. Right-click the file and select “Cut” from the list of options. This will remove the file from that folder. If you want to create a copy of the file instead of moving the original file, select “Copy” instead.

3. Open the folder you want to move the file to. You can do this in the same way as step one.

4. Right-click in an empty space in the folder and select “Paste”. This will move the file to the new folder.

5. If you opted to copy the file, not move it, you may be asked if you want to replace a file with the same name already in the folder. Choose the option you prefer.

And that’s all there is to it! Moving a file in Windows is a simple process that only takes a few steps.