Use the Windows Vista Folder and File System

Okay, we’re sure we’ve made our point. Put stuff where it belongs, and you’ll not only have a sense of normalcy but you’ll also always know where to find the stuff you want. With that in mind, you should always adhere to the built-in system for saving data already created in Windows Vista. We’ll give you the leeway to create subfolders, but come on, you wouldn’t store your blender and food processor in the bathroom, so don’t save your pictures to the C: drive or your music to the desktop!

Get the Most from the Built-In System for Saving Data

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The built-in Windows Vista file system includes folders ...

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