When working in Windows 98 organizing files is simple. Just follow the instructions provided in this free lesson.
Do you forget where you've put important documents because your electronic filing system is a mess? Do you waste time sifting through long lists of files trying to find the one you need? Organize your computer files so they are stored logically and can be accessed easily.
Before you get started, delete all old or unused files. To decide what to keep and what to delete, ask yourself the following questions:
If the answer is no to any of these questions, think about getting rid of the file or document.
Any electronic filing system should have categories, similar to a paper filing system. Use descriptive titles so you know exactly what the folders contain. Create logical sequences so you don't have to guess where you may have filed something. To begin creating categories:
Now that you've created a logical electronic filing system, keep it that way by purging often. Don't keep junk. The more files and folders you keep on your computer, the more organized you will need to be.