September 27, 2009

Windows 7 Libraries

Libraries are special folders, which aggregate your current media folders into one. For example: if you have three video folders (e.g., Movies, TV Shows, and Camera Videos), you can merge them into one, and have quick access to all your files at once. Public folders will also be merged into your libraries so your whole network can have seamless access to public files. This feature is particularly useful if you have a home media server and want to access the media on the server without navigating to mapped drives.



Figure 8 shows the Libraries view, which gives you quick access to your documents, music, pictures, videos, and more. Figure 9 shows an example of a library, which contains two different folders. A library can contain many folders from different locations including network locations.

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