Windows offers a ton of options to get the built-in File Explorer to behave exactly how you'd like.
They used to call it data, but libraries is a friendlier word. Here’s what you need to know about how Windows stores documents, music, pictures, and videos.
It's easier than you think to put your entire digital world in perfect order. Just follow these simple tips.
Network attached storage may be your best bet to get those unruly pictures, music files, and videos under control in a flash. Here's your plan of attack.
Folder Size gives you something a bit better than just clicking "Properties", but doesn't provide a lot of details or display options.
OneDrive is a great cloud storage service, but sometimes it organizes your files on Android and iOS tablets in ways you didn't expect. Here's how to fix that.
Directory Opus' expanded customization and control options let you manage files the way you want.
You have photos, or documents, or any kind of file with the same extension, scattered hither and yon on your hard drive. Wouldn't it be great to get them all together in one place? Here are two ways to grab all of them easily.
Researchers have developed tag-based software to control who can see your files.
Slack aims to take your emails and files, along with content from Twitter, Dropbox, and elsewhere, and plunk that into its own platform to make it more easily searchable.