|15 Oct 2012||#3|
I sure can. Essentially I want to customize my file manager navigation pane. Perhaps your curious as to why I would want to do such a thing... Reason being is I dislike the functionality the Windows file manager and predetermined folders IE Favorites, Libraries, Homegroup, Computer, Network. I'm also annoyed by the functionality of Windows Libraries and distracted by it's associated sub folders.
What I would like to do is create additional directories (like Favorites, but instead call it Documents). Located within Documents would be a series of sub-folders, (all folders would be located in Windows/Users/JustinDesilva). This would enable me to have direct access to a commonly used folder located in the navigation pane, but avoid Windows style Library drop down sub folders.
Another goal of mine is to avoid sharing my Documents and My Documents folders with Windows Programs associated files and folders.
My intentions and rationale may appear a bit abstract, but I'm really not happy with Windows 7 file manager functionality but my applications require me to use it.
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|15 Oct 2012||#5|
Thanks, I will try one of these for the mean time.
Do you have any knowledge of this process?
Create custom System Folder on Desktop/My Computer (Windows) - ben.goodacre.name/tech
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