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Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/30/2005 07:11:00 PM.

The end of 'my' is nigh

Those folders on your Windows desktop will still be yours -- but in the future you'll need to figure that out on your own.

Ending a longstanding tradition, Microsoft Corp. plans to stop using the word "my" as the default prefix for such folders as "My Documents," "My Music," "My Pictures" and others along those lines.

Starting in the next Windows version, due out next year, folders will be known simply as "Documents," "Music," and so on.

Its about time ... Microsoft should consider us to be GROWN-UPs now ...we can find out folders by ourselves.


Another change in the upcoming Windows version, code-named Longhorn, could render even the newly named default folders moot for some users.

A new Windows search feature will let people create custom "virtual folders" that continuously gather files and organize them automatically based on keyword, file type and other characteristics.

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