If you need to open the System32 folder to access a file, ensure that you handle it with the utmost care, because System32 DLL files are essential to running system applications and processes. You may access the System32 folder with a few short steps. It is typically in the C:\Windows directory and is, arguably, the most important directory on Windows-based operating systems. Without the System32 DLL files, your computer would not function properly.
Press the buttons "Ctrl," "Shift" and "Esc" simultaneously to open the Windows Task Manager tool.
Click "File" and click "New Task (Run...)." This opens the command prompt.
Type "start explorer" in the Command Prompt. Press "Enter." This opens Windows Explorer.
Click "Desktop" under the "Folders" section on the left panel of the Windows Explorer.
Click "Computer" on the right side of the Windows panel.
Click the drive letter that represents your hard disk. Open the "Windows" folder.
Scroll down to the "System32" folder. Double-click "System32."