Every so often you may find yourself having to work between your browser and another file on the computer. This could be in a video presentation where you would need to keep opening different files on your computer as the meeting progresses. This and many other scenarios can be easily solved by opening the files in the browser. Older versions of Windows required heavy and technical modifications to do this. With Windows 10 this is not as difficult. Depending on the browser opening the local files is either natively supported or requires a slight modification of the settings on your8230 Read more.
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