Windows gives you the ability to create folders to keep your files neat and organized. By default, Windows comes with some pre-built folders to organize your content: Documents, Pictures, Videos, Desktop, and others.
But did you know you can create your own folders to help keep your files organized?
Here’s how to create folders in Windows.
- Right click. in an empty space within File Explorer
- Click new
- Click Folder
A new empty folder will appear. Now you can name it whatever you want.
You can also create a folder within a folder, known as a subfolder. You can have as many subfolders as you want. It helps keep your files organized.
For example, you can create a folder for bank and put the name of your bank inside it.
Then you can create another folder called Statements.
Within the statement folder you can create a folder for each year.
It allows you to step into folders to quickly find the document or file you’re looking for.
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