Windows® 7 Files, Folders, and Libraries
A file is basically a collection of information with a name attached to it. These are stored on the hard disk drives and other storage devices like CDs, DVDs, or USB flash drives, in a hierarchical structure of folders. These storage devices are linked with the programs, tools and with the files which are created to hold some information.
If you display the contents of the present drives in Windows Explorer then you can view at the representation of the storage structure of the files.
All the drives available in the system are recognized with a letter, but in some cases they are followed with a description also. The primary hard drive of your system is mostly identified with the letter C. In this drive, operating system is installed. The letters A and B are preserved for the floppy disk drives, but these are rarely installed on computers these days.
If you have additional hard drives in your computer, then these drives will be assignedÂ the following sequential letters in the series, which will be followed by any removable storage drives.Â Let us explain it with the help of an example. If your computer have 2 drives mentioned as E drive and F drive, then the third drive (if any) will be named as G drive.
In Windows Explorer, a collection of related files and folders will be displayed as Library. The libraries do not have their physical presence. Instead they are the virtual folders shown on the hard disk. They display the matter of the several folders. By default the almost every Windows 7 installation consists of 4 standard libraries. These libraries are the Documents library, Music library, Videos library, and the Pictures Library. Windows 7 allows you to create your own libraries too.
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