One of the new features of Microsoft in Windows 7 – the operating system is expected to release later this year – called Libraries. What’s new in this feature is that it allows you to quickly and easily search, view and view your documents, photos, music and video files. In addition, Libraries also support a number of features for sharing on the network. In addition to being able to share individual folders as they did in previous Windows releases, in this new feature you can share the entire Library.
It can be said that Libraries are virtual folders. You can add folders to Libraries, then you can view and access the contents of each additional folder from the Library window. Be aware that a Library itself does not contain files because they are not actual directories, but they will provide a one-stop access to those sets of folders. See Figure 1 for more on the default Documents Library.
Add folders that are scattered on hard drives to Libraries. For example, if you have a hard drive dedicated to storing music files, you can add it to the Music Library. Another example: if there are folders on the desktop, you can also add them to the appropriate library.
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