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Published on Thu, 22 Nov 2012 19:00:54 GMT Indexed on 2012/11/22 23:02 UTC
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If you use iOS or Android devices, you’re familiar with the drag-and-drop method of creating folders. If you like that method of grouping files, you can get the same functionality on your Windows PC using a free utility, called Smart Folders.
Smart Folders helps you quickly organize your files, such as images, documents, and audio files, without having to create separate folders before you move the files. Simply drag one file on top of another file to create a new folder.
To use Smart Folders to easily create folders, double-click on the .exe file you downloaded (see the link at the end of this article).
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