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A path is the information that a computer needs in order to find a file on a hard drive. Since one folder can be nested inside another, a path is a list of folders you have to go through to get to the file.  When a path is written out, it usually begins with drive letter, followed by a list of folder names, each one separated by a slash “\”. For example: C:\Cave\Compass\Lechuguilla