Create A New Folder Folders are the basic organizational building blocks of any computer system. Without folders it would be virtually impossible to keep track of all the files that are found on even the smallest system. New folders can be created just about anywhere, but three methods are shown below. New Folder On Desktop - Right click anywhere on an open area of the desktop. Select New and then click Folder. A new folder with the default name New Folder will be created on the desktop. Either accept the default name New Folder (bad idea) by hitting the enter key or type a new name for the folder (good idea) and then hit enter on the keyboard. New Folder Using Windows Explorer in Task View Once again, make sure you're in the location where the new folder is to be created. In this case I'm using the same location that was used in the previous example; the root of the C drive as shown in the Address bar. In the File and Folder Tasks section, click the Make a New Folder selection. The New Folder is created in the right hand pane as shown in the second screen capture. Note that the File and Folder Tasks section also expands to include new entries relative to what can be done with the folder just created.
now create a new folder using the Windows Explorer. So do the following:
Click once with your Left mouse button on the letter C in the left hand pane of the Windows Explorer
On the menu bar across the top that has File, Edit, View, Go, Click the File option once with your Left mouse button
From the menu that drops down, move your mouse pointer to New
A sub menu appears
Click the word "Folder" once with your left Mouse button
A New folder will be created on your C Drive. The new folder will appear right at the bottom of all of your other folders and files, under the last one. So you might have to scroll across to see it. You can tell it's your new folder because it says, quite helpfully, "New Folder".
When you clicked "Folder", a new folder was created. But it appears right at the end of your list folders and files, in the right-hand pane of Windows Explorer. That's why you might need to scroll down or across in order to see it.
The words "New Folder" will be highlighted. It's highlighted so that you can rename it. After all, "New Folder" is not very descriptive. So go ahead and type in a new name for your folder. Type "wpProjects".
If nothing happens when you try to type a new name for your folder, do the following:
Click on your new folder, but click on the folder with your right hand mouse button
A menu appears
From the menu, click once with your Left mouse button on the word Rename
Type a new name for your folder
You have now created a new folder in the root folder of your C Drive. You can use this same technique to create a new folder inside any of the folders on your C Drive. If you make a mistake and decide you don't want this new folder, you can always choose the Delete options from the menu above, instead of Rename.
But one more thing to notice about the Windows Explorer. In the left hand side, you see a lot of plus signs in a square box.
Clicking one of these plus signs will expand your selection. The image on the left below show a plus sign before it is clicked, and on the right afterwards.
The plus sign turns into a minus sign. But the plus sign indicates that there are more folders inside the one that has the plus sign. When you click the plus sign, it will expand to show you all the folders inside a main folder. You can click on any of these folders to see what is inside it.
As for the files inside the folders - try double clicking on one and see what happens. Don't worry: you won't do any harm!
What we're going to do now is to move that new folder we just created, and put it inside our "My Documents" folder. We'll start that in the next part.
To create a folder on an external hard drive double click on the hard drive's icon and select New Folder from the Finder's File menu.
Wow ur a n00b
Open up the Flash Drive from the desktop, create a new folder out of the flash drive, select the files in the Flash Drive, then drag-and-drop the files into the folder.
Yes, nothing is wrong with that.
Go to the C: drive and right click. go to new and hit folder.
practically anywhere! the best place is in your user account folder. right click, go to 'new' and select 'folder.' You then need to give the folder a name.
when there is remaining non-partitioned space on a hard drive, this can be mounted and formatted as a new volume with hard drives, as you can create partitions of any size, you can create as many volumes as you wish on the drive
to create a new folder in their files: first, open to the place where one want to create a folder then use the mouse right click anywhere in the file. Then move down to the word "new" then select "folder". a new folder will appear in the files.
Depends on your type of computer windows if you click on new you should see create folder in the folder you can create a file
In any Windows, first, you have to create a new folder. So, go to where you want to save your first folder (the one that will hold the other folder inside it). Then, right-mouse-click, and click 'create new folder'. A folder will pop up, and name that folder. Then, after naming that folder, double-click on it to go inside the folder. There will be nothing there, since it is a new folder. Then, right-mouse-click inside the emtpy space, and click on 'create new folder'. Name that folder, and then you just saved a folder within a folder.
in windows vista which button is used to create a new folder
Check the hard drive for bad sectors it looks like the hard drive is dyeing.
From Windows Explorer, you can click on File -> New -> Folder. You can also right click inside the folder that you want to create a new folder in, then select New, then Folder. You will then be allowed to enter a name for the folder. Type it in, and hit enter.
u go to create a new folder in ur documents
right click on the opened folder go to new and select folder .
Typically, it's "New Folder". If there are multiple instances of new folders, it'll start numbering them, e.g., "New Folder (2)", etc.
Go to the desktop, and right click. There should be a drop menu labeled "new". Mouse over this, and select folder. This should create a new folder.
Go to sd card/Android and create a new folder and rename it to obb.
Either do you install an operating system or create a partition. I don't know what do you mean with configuration of a hard drive. Is it a new one?
Go to the place you want you folder to be placed, right-click in the location, click "New" and then "Folder" the folder will be created. You can rename it or leave it as "New Folder".
To create a new folder in Windows 7, simply right click on the desktop, or when you are saving the file, opt to create a new folder within the group you are saving it to. If you see a zippered file, that means your file needed to be unzipped, or decompressed, with an unzipping software such as Winzip.