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I have some folders on my local Disk D: and I want to group them to look like my computer:


I found that I can group them by Name, Size, Type etc. But what if I want me to specify the label marked with red on the Image?

Example: If I group them by name, it shows me something like A-E (2), F-K(4), but I just want to name the label myself. Is that possible?

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Right click > Group By > More > there you can scroll down and "Show" > "Label"

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i've already seen that but how to edit a folder's label? By default all folders have label "Unspecified" – develroot Jun 22 '11 at 16:17
Interesting, but Label is not an option for me...any idea how to make it show up? Windows-7 Ultimate. – KCotreau Jun 22 '11 at 16:18
@KCotreau do you have other options too – admintech Jun 22 '11 at 16:25
Just Comments, File System, Network Location and Percent Full...when I am in "Computer" showing the drives. – KCotreau Jun 22 '11 at 16:43
@KCotreau the options i mention are only available within a folder, there are limited options in "Computer" sorry for the confusion – admintech Jun 23 '11 at 7:50

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