Is there a difference between file management and folder administration?
In short, it's just a term: management comes from English and means administration, so from that perspective, file management and file management are one and the same.
Often terms appear like file manager, file commander, folder manager, file explorer, file ...!
The freeware file manager Quad-Explorer ► Q-Dir
has excellent functions to handle the tasks in the area of file management.
File management includes:
File - a called area of external memory, designed to read and write data.
The files are stored in a memory independent of the power supply. An exception is an electronic disk when a structure is created in the UE that simulates the file system.
The file system is an operating system component that provides the organization of the creation, storage and access to named records - files.
Regular files : contain any information that the user saves, enters, or results from the operation of system and user programs. The content of a regular file is determined by the application that works with it.
Regular files can be of two types:
Program (executable) - are programs written in the OS command language that perform some system functions (have extensions .exe, .com, .bat).
Data files - all other file types : text and graphic files, spreadsheets (Excel), databases (Access) etc
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