Using libraries (Libraries) in Windows 7?

Colleagues, is anyone actively using libraries (well, those are Libraries) in Windows 7?


I've decided to clean up the hard disk and tried to use this chip — and somehow she gives the impression of something unfinished. Well, that is the idea of "input points" good. With pictures but the pictures with the music more or less clear and even almost good. But when it comes to more in-depth use — there are disadvantages. For example, I want to sort the documents that belong to different customers — and I immediately required a two-level structure. It would be ideal if I make the library "customers", it would make the library "customer 1" "customer 2", etc., but there's already hooked folders from disks (and the documents are on the local disk to lie, and on the server. In addition, each customer receives a SOFTWARE folder on the source code, installers, etc. I would also look into the library material polinkova would. And so it is impossible — something only one. I, of course, can such a structure using mklink on the hard drive to do, but what are libraries, then?


Well, the little things — the network folder in there to get dances with a tambourine. The change icon from the library is there. Sorting features for General-purpose data is very scanty and non-custom, tags everywhere I can arrange, etc.


Tell us how you use this feature in daily work (it may be useful to others)?


Thank you.
October 8th 19 at 03:16
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October 8th 19 at 03:18
Create a library, add the folder with all the customers (assuming that in this folder all customers as subfolders) and get a tree that bibliteka — customers — list all customers (can to the left to open the folder, this tree really). Or do you all customers around the screw scattered?
If one library to add a folder, the meaning of the library is lost. I do have all the documents of the customers are gathered in one place. But there is another source that relate to the customer, but stored elsewhere (due to a version control system). And there is a folder on the server — there are contracts with customers, etc. There is a folder on another server — is there a backup software installed by the customer. There's still dropbox that corresponds to the customer, where merge the problematic data from the client. Well, that is, information is scattered. It is clear that I can link all in the same tree to collect and tree root to connect to the library, but then the sense in the library do not see — I with the same success can in "My Documents" to believe. - Lazaro92 commented on October 8th 19 at 03:21
October 8th 19 at 03:20
The meaning of the libraries that the user something to organize without symlinks — not all know how to use them. And anyway, it's apparently only for simple cases and not for your supertasks.
October 8th 19 at 03:22
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