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One way to organize your computer is by making folders. So, down on the bottom here, in the task bar, there happens to be a picture of a folder. If I click on it, it brings me to, basically, a screen that shows me all the things on my computer. Documents is where most things get stored on the computer. Anything that you might make in Microsoft Word or Excel is going to get saved in Documents. So if I click on Documents, you see I've got lots of stuff here.
But what I want to show you is how to make folders. There's actually a couple of ways to do it. My favorite thing to do is right-click. Right-click is the other button on your mouse. It brings up a menu. Now you have to click on a white space, okay? If I click on a file I get a different menu than if I click out here in the white. So you want to be clicking out here in the white space. What you want to do is go to the option that says New, and you want to click Folder. Now, don't touch anything. This is where you want to name your folder.
Do not have a bunch of folders on your computer that say New Folder 1, New Folder 2, New Folder 3. That is not a good idea. Give it a name that means something to you. You can call it anything you want, Work Files. Now hit Enter. Now I have a folder called Work Files and not a folder called New Folder. The other way that you can create a new folder is up here at the top, there's a little button. If you hold your mouse over it, it just says New Folder. Now in brackets, you see how it says Control Shift N? That's actually called a keyboard shortcut.
I can use that the same way as I use the buttons or the right-click to make a new folder. I'm gonna click it. Again, I get the New Folder. Now stop; the only thing you have to do is backspace and type over those words. Create another new folder of your vacation. There you go. Now you can sort and organize all of those files into folders that make sense.
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