file type is determined by the expansion in its title - a few letters of the Latin alphabet, standing to the right of the last point.Sometimes you want to copy, move or delete files only one type , leaving behind all the others.Perform the desired operation with each file separately is not very comfortable, and there is no need for this - the possibilities of modern file manager allows you to select and highlight files on different grounds, including the extension in the title.
standard Open File Manager operating system.If you have any version of Windows, then run the program, just press the key combination Win + E. In the latest version of the OS (Windows 7) the icon file manager (Explorer) is fixed on the taskbar next to the "Start"- you can run the application by clicking on the icon.
the folder tree in the Explorer, navigate to the directory that contains the files you are interested in .The file manager Windows 7 in the top right corner of the window there is a fiel
d of search - it is placed in the text that begins with the word "Search", and then usually include the name of the current folder.In this field, enter a search query - a star, and then point and expansion, the respective interests you file type.For example, if you want to select files image format gif, then the search query should look like this: * .gif.Immediately after entering the Explorer will start filtering files, leaving only those in the extensions that you specify correspond to the mask.
Click once any of the filtered files, to bring focus to the field with the search query to the list of files.Then press the key combination Ctrl + A, and Explorer will allocate this entire list that contains only files desired type .
If you are using an earlier version of the operating system, the fields for the search query in the Explorer will not find.In this case, open its menu "View" and select "Table" - from the list of files in this mode, the display has a column "File Type."Click your mouse on the header of this column and files will be sorted according to their extensions.Scroll to the desired group first file type you and click it.Then, press the Shift key and hold it, press the down arrow button until all the desired files not be allocated.
can be done differently - click the folder icon, right-click on the shortcut menu, select the line "Find."In this way, you launch a component of the operating system, in the field where you can enter a search query in the format described in the second step, and then click "Find."When the list of file types desired will be made, proceed in the same manner as described in the third step.