I hope you have enjoyed all the screencasts I have recently posted. I would like to welcome you to the last 3 screencasts. These screencasts are broken into three parts and they are all about helping you keep your digital world organized. We live in an age where nearly everything is digital. Documents, music, video, photos, and even daily correspondence—including e-mail, faxes, and voice mail—are increasingly created, stored, and accessed in electronic form on personal computers. This fact and the huge increase in hard disk storage capacity over the last 10 years have made it increasingly difficult to stay on top of the information stored on our PCs.
The enhanced desktop search and organization features in all Windows Vista editions help you readily locate files, e-mail messages, and other items on your PC. If you remember anything about a file—the type of file, when it was created, or even what it contains—Windows Vista can find it for you quickly.
Watch the screencast here:
Screencast: Search and Organization Overview
Enjoy and let me know what you think!