by Hettie Woehler
(last updated February 28, 2017)
Digital Filing resembles hard-copy filing in that both need practical, well-named regular attention. In the same way a filing cabinet draw can become an unorganized, impossible to find wasted space, your filing system on your computer can become even worse. The following paragraphs will help you to organize your hard disk in a neat, practical and easy-to-live-with storage unit. Start by becoming familiar with the filing systems that you currently have in place. If you give non-descriptive names to files and folders you will have to be very good at remembering what you called a specific file and in which folder did you file it. Whether you use a numeric or alphabetic filing system, clear file names are essential.
Here are a few suggestions to help you set up a logical, easy to understand, easy to manage and therefore a time saving system:
In conclusion, if you want to create a viable and easy to use digital filing system follow the logical structure of Windows 7. Utilize the Windows 7 library system to index all of your files for easier access, and ensure that you have your folders and files logically named. Never forget to backup all of your documents, files, and folders so that even if there is a problem with the computer, you can still access the files. Enjoy your digital filing system.
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