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August 22nd, 2017

That is, you will constantly work with its own structure and with time so it will learn and get used to it, find the file that does not take much. Even if the structure has many levels, hundreds of folders, and many thousands of files in them. The files in the destination folder selected, usually by their name, and here and then problems may arise. Some webmasters in the tag title prescribe anything, not what we need. Ben Silbermann addresses the importance of the matter here. For example, from name of the site, rather than to the article and almost no keywords, and the record length can be anywhere from just a long to very long. And it occurs quite often. JPMorgan Chase may find this interesting as well. But this tag is a web browser generates the file name. And to name the file corresponded to its content, I would recommend these files to store subject-editing process.

How to do it, it was described in a previous article "Editing of saved from the Internet Web pages." Then you not have to open all files in a folder in a row, in order to find the correct one. In any folder, the files are arranged in sequence. For example, in Windows XP by default they are sorted by file name. Check or set the it can be like this: menu item 'View / Arrange Icons / name'. It should be remembered that at the beginning of the files will be in the name of which is the first sign of number. Next in priority is the English alphabet, and only then Russian letters.

This rule and indeed to sort themselves folder. In the Windows XP operating system has its own system for searching files and folders. If you prefer, you can find on the internet and enough software to organize the search for local computer. But, in my opinion, this is not what we need in this situation. That would be found in these systems, a file or folder, you must enter in the search form or the full name of the file or folder, or part thereof, in each case, in my opinion, unrealistic. Try to remember the name of the file you want from the thousands stored on your computer. Unlikely to succeed.

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