This week, I’m going to run a series of guides that will help you get on top of file organization on your computer.
The following five guides help you create naming conventions, take control of file names on your computer, and find duplicate files. Personally, I always keep my files named properly and I rarely, if ever, lose files. I encourage you to do the same and in these guides I’ll offer you a few tips to get you started.
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File Organization Series Guides
The following guides will help you implement your plans for organization:
Further File Organization Resources
- Automatically Move Files from Desktop to Predefined Folders
- Customize Your Vista (or XP) Start Menu
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- Use Naming Conventions to Organize Your Data | Windows Tools, Help & Guides
- D-FileMU Renames Your Files Effortlessly | Windows Tools, Help & Guides
- ReNamer Helps You Take Control of Your File Collection | Windows Tools, Help & Guides
- Easy Duplicate Finder Scans Your Drive for Duplicates | Windows Tools, Help & Guides
- FlexTK Organizes Your Files | Windows Tools, Help & Guides