High media students.
I hope you're having an awesome day.
I'm having a really terrific day.
I have the chance of teaching use this course and you're going to be learning some pretty cool stuff.
But anyways the first thing I want you to do.
Well why are we going to be doing.
Let me just tell you that we are going to be turning on for file extensions in your computer on your
Mac or your windows.
And then we are going to be installing our coeditor.
It's going to be freezing and be fast.
And he's going to be super easy.
So the first thing that I want you to do right now is open your browser.
Right because we're going to go to my best friend here.
I don't know if he's your best friend but he's mine.
So I want you to go to Google.
Well actually you don't have to go to Google but I recommend it.
And then I want you to type this in here.
Or your file extensions in Windows 7.
If you are Windows 7 or Windows 8 and we window we just without the 8 I found this first link right
And that takes you to the Windows 7 tutorial on how to turn on your file extensions.
So you can post a video and it's pretty simple and follow it for Windows 7 or for Windows 8.
You might want to put Windows 8 here.
And you can you can see actually this is Windows 7.
But you've got to find for the world for Windows 8.
I think this is the second one here not sure.
Windows 8 Windows 7 XP.
Well you have to let me just try another link here live and let C for windows show hidden files that
we go for Windows 8 right here.
So actually this Windows XP sorry about that Windows Vista and Windows 8.
I think I've found it for you right here.
So you can post a video and do that.
A little bigger for you so you can see it.
So once you turn on you'll follow extensions for your Windows operating system.
Now let me tell my Mac users how to do that.
So Mac users I went to Google and I did a search of Google where I did the same thing.
And if I can get Google to work that would be nice.
But what I did on Google and trying to press back here and it's not letting me do that so let me just
go to Google right now.
And I do the same thing here.
All file extensions.
In a Mac.
And I found this one for my on line here.
All right so you can pause the video and follow this or for using my I found this one right.
That's the one I'm using.
So you can go ahead once you have this turn on.
I want you to go to my best friend again and type in brackets.
And then go to the brackets I I'll right here and download this.
Coeditor is free is fast and super easy to install.
Why do I want this.
Because it's actually very popular right now and like I said before it's free.
Any word from Mac users for Windows users and for Linux.
So we've got the whole package here.
So once you download this one.
Once you download the package you just install it just like install any program in your computer and
then go ahead and open it find it.
Open it up and you can have some files in the left side.
No you're not going to have the same files as I do right now because I already created so many different
files within within within this coeditor.
But you're going to have some default files.
Don't mind those.
What I want you to do is once you open it leave it open right here on the right hand side.
Make a new folder in your desktop and called in the new folder.
Whoops let me just undo that.
The amount will go and once you have the folder I want you to drag it to your code editor and you're
done in the next lecture we're going to continue building up on this and that's it you're done right.
So if you have any questions you know I'm here for you and you can make a discussion ask me.
I'm here for you.
So anyway thank you so much for watching this lecture.
It was a pleasure.
And I see you in the next lecture.