Introduction: How to Organize Computer for School

Organization is the key to success! That's why you should have you computer organized and ready for school. No one wants a desktop full of random things!

Step 1: Making Folders

Making Folders to categorize documents and items are very important. 
Some common leftover items on the desktop are like single files of pictures and songs.
So folders that are usually key to make are:

-Music
-Pictures
-Homework
-Notes
-Games (most important)hehehe
-etc...

Step 2: School Folder

If you have a lot of school related work, then i suggest you making a folder like this.

-School Year
----Semester/Marking Period
--------(All
--------Of
--------Your
--------Subjects
)
--------------Depending on what subject, you will have different sub categories in here.
--------------(For example, Science: sub- categories are: Homework, Labs, Notes)
--------------(Example #2: English: Homework, Final Copies, Drafts, etc)

Step 3: Drag 'em In!


Now just drag/move whatever belongs where. This is pretty much common sense if you know how to use a computer.

Step 4: And That's How You Stay Organized!


That is how you stay organized for school. And remember this...

ORGANIZATION IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS!!!!!

Comments

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rickythemaniac (author)2011-06-16

If only my fellow students know how to sort things, thanks :)

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mason0190 (author)2011-05-15

PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD HELP ME ORGANIZE THIS BEFORE I RIP MY HAIR OUT

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ac1D (author)2010-09-18

Better idea, create one folder, name it "My computer"
Put everything inside.

It will be like any student room: Look nice from the outside, messy from the inside.

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LiquidLightning (author)ac1D2010-09-20

There already is a "My Computer", and it's not just a folder, it shows the content of EVERYTHING.

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ac1D (author)LiquidLightning2010-09-20

True, I forgot because I have a french windows, and it say "ordinateur"
Well just name it anything else ;)

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rickharris (author)2010-09-18

I have to tell you your desk top doesn't look organised to me!

This is mine


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