Chapter 9

Storage and file management

Organizing personal data with user profile folders and libraries

Using OneDrive to store, sync, and share files

Mastering File Explorer

Sorting, filtering, and grouping in File Explorer

Managing disk space

Recovering lost, damaged, and deleted files and folders

Managing existing disks and volumes

Working with virtual hard disks

Unless you use your computer exclusively as a game machine, learning to manage your “stuff”—your documents, programs, and communications—is probably the single most critical computing skill you need to acquire. The addition of cloud services adds extra flexibility as well as new organizational challenges, especially as you juggle multiple devices with different storage capacities. ...

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