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Do you have a "organize" folder on you computer? I do. I usually out things I save to my desktop there, then I eventually organize them.

asked Sep 07 '10 at 23:34

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Madison Tries

edited Sep 07 '10 at 23:35

I rename every file, photo, image, favorite etc.. that I have, I cannot stand chaos and disorganized files, I do have a temp file I will toss files, photos etc.. into and then organize that every few days. Sometimes you are just not ready or have the time to get to everything that moment it is on your system.

answered Sep 07 '10 at 23:40

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That's basically what the "Downloads" folder in Mac OSX was meant for. I guess that's mine but it's decently clean.

answered Sep 08 '10 at 01:41

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I usually organize things as soon as I download them. If it's a file I'm only going to use a couple of times then delete, I'll put it in the "other" folder on my desktop. That folders gets emptied once a week, so it's only for files I plan on not using after a week.

answered Sep 08 '10 at 01:58

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I got a folder on my desktop which I use when I download programs, pictures, videos etc....

I just changed the save directories for FireFox and Google Chrome to save in my "TEMP" folder.

Besides that I just tend to leave things on the desktop and sort them out later.

answered Sep 08 '10 at 07:20

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When ever I save/download a file that doesn't already have a folder, I just save it to the Downloads folder or the Desktop quickly. Usually every 2 weeks or so I go through them and clean out all of the junk. I am usually pretty organzied but sometimes I just save stuff there quickly because I am to lazy to find or make a folder.

answered Sep 08 '10 at 15:56

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