How to Set Up File Folders
A file folder on a computer is also called a "directory." These folders are simply sections of your hard drive where specific files are being stored. A file folder on a computer has a graphical icon above its label representing a manila file folder. If you want to set up a new file folder on your computer, you just need to know how to create one and then what to do with it once it does exist.
Right-click your desktop.
Select "New" and then "Folder." A new file folder, appropriately labeled "New File Folder," will appear on your desktop.
Right click on the icon for "New File Folder" and click "Rename." Type a new name into the box on screen to rename your file folder.
Double left click on your file folder to open it.
Add files to your file folder by clicking on the icon for a file from elsewhere on your computer and then dragging it into the file folder's window. The files will then be stored in that file folder.