needs a way to keep all the files separate and unique. It does so by naming them. Windows 2000 allows the user to assign the
file a unique name that contains up to 255 characters and/or spaces. Certain characters cannot be used. It is generally a good idea to keep the
files names short and to the point.
After the name you assigned a file, the computer adds a 3 letter
extension, such as “.doc” for a Microsoft Word document, this helps the
computer associate files and rapidly recall them as needed. It also provides for more file name