Even on a normal home computer, there are several programs at once.
Each program performs certain functions. Each file takes its place, has a name, weight (size) and version.
Files are measured in KB, MB, GB and other less popular values, but what is the file version and how to recognize it?
Usually, all the data about the files is contained in their properties. Just click on any icon with the program & nbsp-right mouse button, examine the information contained in the object's property item.
To find out the version of the program, click on the icon,On the right, in the upper corner of the program window. The version of the program will be indicated & nbsp- in the header. Find out the versions of the files from the documents that come with the software. & Nbsp-Keep in mind that the versions will match only if the service packs were not installed.
The version of the updated files can be found usingAdd or Remove Programs dialog box. & Nbsp- To get the file version information, click the Start button, find the Control Panel option. Click Add or Remove Programs. A new window opens with a list of installed programs.
To find out the version of the file, click on the line with the program name and click the "For support information click here" option. The resulting window will display & nbsp- file version information.
Find the version of the file in another way.& Nbsp- To do this, locate the main product file. The installation path is set in the file information. Right-click on the program icon, the path line can contain such data: Program files / Microsoft / Office / Office 2003. The executable file names can end with exe & nbsp-or dll.
To find the file, use the "Start" button,Click the Find parameter. In the Search Assistant, find the line "Files and Folders". In the search field, enter the name of the file you want to find. The result will appear in a few seconds as a list with files. Select the desired program and right-click it, find the property item. There are several tabs in this window, including the "Version" tab. Here is the version of the file installed on your computer program.