In Remository, files can be grouped together in folders, the containers below the top level categories. Folders can be nested as deeply as you need to achieve the desired organisation. Files can appear at any level.
Special files used for storing e-mail messages.
Folders are the organizational system on the computer where you can put things such as programs/applications, papers, and preferences. It is just like your filing cabinet at home or at work where you can file things away. Examples of some folders within your computer are My Documents, Program Files, and you are also able to create and name any file you wish. To create a new folder, just right click and choose, 'New' and then 'Folder.'
A folder is a place to store a document. In some computers this is known as a "directory."
Subdivisions of a disk that function as a filing system to help you organize files.
In PC memories, folders hold files and/or other folders within a hierarchy which is partly predetermined (eg the first level of folders in the 'Desktop' folder and a top level folder for each installed Application (qv) in the Program Files folder) and partly determined by the User (eg new sub-folders to any number of lower levels, particularly for holding User-created files in the 'My Documents' folder).
Folders are used to store and organise files.
Webstore's browse view shows folders containing page groups of web pages or other files. See Browse (Public) and Overview of Folder Options.
A place to store files, such as documents, applications, and other folders. In DOS, a folder is called a subdirectory or directory.