Users may now create folders in various ways in Windows. The step given below provides a description of some of the most common ones. You may create a folder within existing folders or even on the desktop of your computer. Make a note of the location of the folder which you have chosen to create. You may find it on the computer some time later. The instructions to create a folder which have been devised by the Windows help team are given below.
Instructions to Create a folder in Windows
- Open the folder in which you want to create the new folder using Windows Explorer. The “My Documents” folder happens to be a good choice if you are a novice in using Windows.
- Take a look at the left side of the Explorer Window for an area which is marked “File and Folder Tasks.” Click on the link which says “Make a New Folder.”
- Click on the “File” which is provided on the menu so as to create a new folder in a different way. Choose the “New” menu item and click on the “Folder” submenu item.
- Move the mouse cursor to a blank area of the folder area. Proceed to right-click to bring up the context menu so as to bring create a new folder in a third way. Choose “New” and click on the “Folder” menu.
- Use a fourth method in order to create a folder which is directly on the desktop. Right-click on a blank area of the desktop. Choose “New” and click on the “Folder” submenu item.
- Finally, you have to type for the new folders in the highlighted area after you use any of the methods which are prescribed in Steps 2 through 4. Hit “Enter” key or click in a blank area of the folder window so as to complete the process.
That brings us to the end of the instructions to be followed in order to create a folder in Windows. Feel free to contact the Windows help center if you need further technical support. Also visit the corresponding website if the information contained in this article does not suffice.
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