Filesystemobject|fso| Object | Collection FileSystemObject-----main object. Contains methods and properties that are used to create, delete, and obtain information about, and are typically used to manipulate drives, folders, and files. Many of the methods associated with the object are exactly like those in other FSO objects, and they are provided for convenience.
Drive-----object. Contains methods and properties for collecting information about the drives attached to the system, such as the share name of the drive and how much free space it has. Note that "drive" does not have to be a hard disk, it can be a CD-ROM drive, a RAM disk, and so on. It is not necessary to physically connect the drive to the system, or it can be logically connected through the network.
Drives----collection. Provides a list of the drives that are physically or logically connected to the system. The drives collection includes all drives, regardless of type. The media drive to be removable appears in the collection without having to insert the media into the drive.
The File object. Contains methods and properties for creating, deleting, or moving files. Also used to ask the system for file names, paths, and a variety of other properties.
The Files----collection. Provides a list of all files contained within a folder.
Folder----object. Contains methods and properties for creating, deleting, or moving a folder. Also used to ask the system about folder names, paths, and a variety of other properties.
Folders----collection. Provides a list of all folders within a folder.
TextStream----object. Used to read and write text files.