You know that if you need to select multiple files or folders in Windows explorer then the best way to do it is by holding down the Ctrl key and then clicking on those items, right.
Well, this method is ok, except that a lot of times we tend to take our finger off the Ctrl key, or click somewhere else on the screen by mistake and all our selected files get unselected, which, obviously, is frustrating.
Windows 7 users could try out another option. It’s a simple yet cool feature and might turn out to be very useful too. Yes, as you might have guessed from the title of this post, I am talking about using checkboxes to select items in Windows explorer.
Let us see how we can enable this feature.
1. Open Windows explorer by typing explorer in the start search bar. You could also do this by opening Documents, Computer or any other such file navigating interface that makes use of Windows explorer.
Last updated on 02 February, 2022
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