We've heard plenty about Stacks in the upcoming Mac OS X Leopard, but what you may not know is that Windows Vista users have their own Stacks worth checking out. Weblog CyberNet takes a look at the new groups and stacks features in Vista, highlighting how the new Explorer features can improve your file organization.
Essentially, stacks offer a simple method for grouping similar filetypes so you can quickly narrow down the file you're looking for by weeding out all the rest. The post describes in more detail how Vista's new drop-down file organization options bring handy new levels of organization to your Explorer window. If you've got your own favorite Explorer view, let's hear about it in the comments.
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