Expand Windows Explorer File Tree
When you open Windows Explorer you will notice on the left side of the screen there are five folders placed there by default. (Favorites, Libraries, Homegroup, Computer and Network) If you are like me I prefer to see all the folders on my system. Here is a way to accomplish that.
TIP: Open Windows Explorer by clicking on Start (Orb) and start typing in the search field Windows Explorer and then press Enter. When the window opens click on Organize. From the menu that appears click on Folder and Search Options and then select the General Tab. Next place a check mark in the box next to Show All Folders, then click OK.
Now when you open Windows Explorer you will see all the folders on your computer and be able to drag and drop, review, delete or do whatever is necessary.
NOTE: A shortcut to open Windows Explorer is to use the Windows Key and the letter E. (Windows key + e)