Microsoft Windows Folders: Folders provide a useful way to organize the files on your system, providing logical places to create and store your files. Create folders for categories that match the way you want to organize your information, then save your files in the most appropriate folder. You can move files from other locations, such as another folder or a network drive or share, to new folders you create. You can even create folders within folders. Your files are easier to find when you organize them this way.
Microsoft Windows My Computer: Click the drive or folder in which you want to create a new folder.
Microsoft Windows File Menu: On the File menu, point to New, and then click Folder.
Microsoft Windows Folder Name: Type a name for the new folder.
Then press ENTER: You've just made a folder.