After I finished installing Xubuntu I tried opening the Folder "Root" which has a cross next to it (I didn't know what was that) I already know that Root is my hard drive so i opened it and I got this:
Any help would be appreciated.
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/root folder is the home folder of the root user (the administrator). That is, you (as a normal user) cannot see the personal stuff of the administrator which is fine and is the right thing to happen. Now, the root partition is just
/. I guess you just misinterpreted the meaning of the folder
/root and the root partition
The root partition (and corresponding folder) is called
/. So if you need to see your file system you just need to type
/ in the locations bar.
Also, notice there is an item (in the image you uploaded) which reads
File System under DEVICES. Click it and see what reads on the locations bar.