Chapter 10. Synchronizing Files and Working with User Profiles

Synchronizing Files and Working with User Profiles

In the previous chapter, we explained how best to manage the names, locations, and attributes of individual files and groups of files. In this chapter, we pull back and look at the topic of storage from a higher level. When you create a new user account, Microsoft Windows creates a user profile, the visible part of which is made up of folders that help you segregate and manage different types of data files—documents, digital music and photos, downloaded ...

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