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Solved: creating a new folder on the hard drive

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by cswaro, Feb 7, 2005.

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  1. cswaro

    cswaro Thread Starter

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    I have Windows XP, how do I create a new folder on the hard drive? I want to do this in order to downlad a new printer driver. Thanks. :confused:
     
  2. pinntech

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    START-> MY COMPUTER
    Double Click the C: drive
    Right click anywhere in an open space
    New
    Folder
    Type the name of the folder
    press the ENTER or RETURN key
     
  3. nooter

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    Right click an empty area where you want the folder and select new, then folder. You can then rename it what ever you like.
     
  4. flavallee

    flavallee Trusted Advisor

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    If you want a folder specifically for saving downloads until you're ready to install them(whether it's for drivers or programs), create a folder right on the desktop.

    Just right-click an empty space on the desktop, click New - Folder, then name it MY DOWNLOADS(or whatever you want to name it).
     
  5. cswaro

    cswaro Thread Starter

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    Many Thanks
     
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