Using the Puppy Linux File Manager
Unlike TinyCore, Puppy ships with a File Manager application as standard. The Puppy Desktop includes similar functionality to that in Gnome to graphically represent and navigate around your computer's directory structure.
Unlike TinyCore, Puppy ships with a File Manager application as standard
To invoke the Puppy File Manager, click on it's icon in the top left of the desktop:
The file manager window will display:
Simply, click on a folder to navigate down into it.
To view or edit a text file, simply double-click it's icon and an editor window will open allowing you to view the file contents (-and change them, if you have write permissions for the file):
To move a file to a different location, simply left-click the file and drag it (-keeping the mouse button depressed) over to the correct folder icon - or to a different file manager window:
To rename a file, right-click the file and choose the "Rename" option under the "File" sub-menu:
To delete a file, you can also right-click the file, then choose "Delete" option under the "File" sub-menu (-or simply select it and press the "Delete" key.