I find it difficult to choose the ‘Select All’ command on my PC upgraded to Windows 7. To avoid that, I am planning to add this command into right click context menu. What are the steps needed to be taken for that?
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The easier way to select all context in a folder or file is Cntl+ A key.
These keys you have to hit from keyboard.
If you are interested to select all context by using mouse, you have to press and hold right button and drag the pointer over all the file or matter.
After locating all the matter release the key.
All the context is now selected to use.