How to add a new library in Windows 7

How to add a new library in Windows 7Windows Seven comes with a great new feature called libraries. Libraries provide you a grouping, you can use this feature to collect and organize files that are located in different physical locations on your hard drive or the network. An example would be the pictures library, which can combine many different folders on your machine or network that has pictures and present it to you as a single library which you can share with others. By default, Windows only include four libraries called Documents, Music, Pictures and Videos. In this article we will show you how you can add another library to your existing set of libraries. In our example we will just use a local folder on the C: drive for this new library but you can just as easily add a network folder as long as the network folder is indexed.

1. Click on Start then in search box type in Explorer, double click on Windows Explorer

Click on Start then in search box type in Explorer, double click on Windows Explorer

2. Explorer opens with default libraries of Documents, Music, Pictures and Videos

Explorer opens with default libraries of Documents, Music, Pictures and Videos

3. Right click Libraries in the left pane, choose New and then click on Library

Right click Libraries in the left pane, choose New and then click on Library

4. Type in the name of the new library when prompted, we called it Info Docs

Type in the name of the new library when prompted, we called it Info Docs

5. Right click the newly created library in the left pane (Info Docs) and choose properties

Right click the newly created library in the left pane (Info Docs) and choose properties

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I do not like this feature in Windows 7. Can you tell me how can I disable this feature or delete all the libraries temporarily or permanently. How To Articles

I do not like this feature in

I do not like this feature in Windows 7. Can you tell me how can I disable this feature or delete all the libraries temporarily or permanently. How To Articles