If you open My Computer, you see the files on your hard disk. Eventually, you might want to move some around. Personally, I like to use keyboard shortcuts for copy and paste, but if you are one of those people who prefer to click, you can customize your My Computer window to include buttons for Copy and Paste.
My Computer and Windows Explorer are basically the same thing, so either double-click the My Computer icon on your desktop or open Windows Explorer. At the top of the window is a toolbar with buttons on it. Normally you see the Back and Forward buttons, the Search button and so on.
Right click a blank area of this toolbar and choose Customize. In the Customize Toolbar dialog box, you see the Available toolbar buttons on the left and the Current toolbar buttons on the right. Scroll down to the Available toolbar button list and look for Copy and Paste. Click the button name and then click Add to put it on your toolbar.
If you want to get fancy, you can rearrange your buttons by selecting a toolbar button and clicking the Move Up or Move Down buttons. You also can add separator lines to keep your buttons organized into groups. While you are in the dialog box, you can change how your buttons appear. Personally, I hate long lists of buttons that don’t say what they do. If you’re like me, next to Text options, you might want to choose Selective text on right or Show text labels. You also can change the size of the buttons using the Icon options drop down.
When you’re done, click Close. Now you can copy and paste your files with just a couple of clicks.