Mission 18: Organize Your Computer in 7 Simple Steps


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52 Organizing Missions

Welcome to Mission #18 of our 52 Get Organized Missions.

Living an organized life is a lot easier when you have systems and tools that are themselves well ordered.

If you’ve completed the previous mission (Get Organized  Mission #17: Create Your Bedroom SanctuaryI hope you’re enjoying your new retreat.

So in this Get Organized Mission we’re going to tackle that modern repository of information and entertainment – the computer. Our organizing process will make it easy to know where to save your files, give you confidence to find stuff when you need it, and create a lovely sense of order in your digital life.

Note: Email is a separate challenge and has its own mission: How To Simplify Email Management [Mission #33].

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One thought on “Mission 18: Organize Your Computer in 7 Simple Steps

  1. [email protected] says:

    The following are our group responses: Our organizing system has 4 macro-categories:Finances; Health; Insurance; Warranties. The following are folders/document categories we would have: Desktop; Documents; Downloads; Pictures; Movies; Music; Special Projects and Videos.
    We would also have a household budget: Fixed expenses would be: Rent; Utilities.
    Our picture categories would be: family; gardens; wildlife; vacations; special occasions.
    Our Music Playlists: Gospel; R&B; Rock ‘n Roll; Rap; Soul; Jazz; Classical
    Our Favorite Artists: Elvis; Michael Jackson; Whitney Houston; Nat King Cole; Kevin Gates; Prince; Travis Tritt; David Bowie; Beatles; Rolling Stones; The Monkeys; Aretha Franklin; Lionel Richie; Tina Turner; Dolly Parton; Reba McIntyre; Stevie Wonder; Ray Charles; Liberace; Little Richard; Pat Benatar; Michael Bolton; Beyonce; Adele; Nicki Minaj; Elton John; Olivia Newton John; The Bee Gees; AC DC; Kiss; Bruno Mars; Guns n’ Roses.
    Our playlists would be as follows: Genre: dance; exercise; relaxation; yoga; sleep; meditation; spiritual; gospel; jazz; classical; alternative music– e.g.50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 2000s & up
    Delete Unneeded Documents, Pictures or Music
    Deleting unnecessary files or documents you no longer use
    Archive Everything: Creating the necessary folders and placing the documents inside the folder on your desktop and USB drive!
    Clear you’re Desktop: Delete what you don’t need, file what’s current, and archive the rest.

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