Windows® 7 Documents Library
Windows 7 allows you have full control over the “Documents Library” folder. The user can determine which folders should be included in the Documents Library, as the system adds these folders in index so that he can quickly search these folders.
In order to manage their documents, music, pictures, and other folders or files in Windows 7, users will have to go to Libraries. Libraries are an integral part of Windows Shell in Windows 7. Integration is necessary because it lets user to browse their files the same way they would in a folder. User can search files by date, type and author in both Windows Explorer and the Common File Dialog.
Library is as same as a folder. The tool shows one or more files or folders. A different but considerable Windows 7 feature of Library is that it can display files that are stored in different folders at the same time. It handles the folders that contain user's data and provides the user a single access point of folders.
Windows 7 Library Settings
Windows 7 library settings has one primary library called which contains four default Libraries: Documents, Music, Pictures, and Videos. User can copy and save files to these default library folders. Each folder has two physical file locations - one is the personal folder and the other is the public folder, which is for custom categories. Users can change the default save location for these folders. If user changes the default save location then system selects the next folder as the default save location.
In other words, by using Libraries, users can enjoy storage that is both inflexive and indexed.
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