Saving documents in Windows 10 means to send the work you’ve just created to a hard drive, flash drive, or disc for safekeeping. Here are a few ways to save a file:
1. Click File on the top menu, click Save, and save your document in your Documents folder or to your desktop for easy retrieval later.
If you’re saving something for the first time, Windows asks you to name your document. Type something descriptive using only letters, numbers, and spaces between the words. Windows gives you 255 characters to work with.
You can save files to any folder, CD, DVD, or even a flash drive.
As you are working, click the program’s Save command every few minutes. Or use the Ctrl+S keyboard shortcut. (While holding down the Ctrl key, press the S key.)
Choose Save from the File menu and choose your preferred drive from the right pane’s This PC section. Put a flash drive into your USB port to start the process. The flash drive will show up as a "Removable Disk."