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Posted on Apr 16, 2013 in Windows 7, Windows Basics | 0 comments

Tutorial 7 – Using libraries

In Windows 7 tutorial 7, you’ll learn about a powerful new feature of Windows 7, namely libraries. Libraries let you view files on your computer from a content centric rather than location centric perspective. When sifting through vast amounts of files, libraries can be very useful. You’ll see what we mean when you watch the video.

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Additional notes

Adding network drives to libraries – If you store content on a network storage device (perhaps a NAS or even another computer on your home network), remember that if you add this content to a library in Windows 7, Windows will take a local copy of the data. That means all the data will be added to your computers hard drive, as well as remaining on your network device.

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