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Microsoft Windows Vista On Demand by Steve Johnson - Perspection, Inc.

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Sharing Folders or Files with Others

WINV-4.3.1, WINV-4.3.2

Windows Vista maintains a set of personal folders and options for everyone on your computer to make sure the contents of each user’s personal folders remain private. The contents of your personal folders are private, unless you decide to share the contents with others who use your computer. If you want the other users on your computer to have access to files, you can place those files in a shared folder called the Public folder (New!) that each user can access. The Public folder contains subfolders to help you organize the files you are sharing, and include Documents, Downloads, Music, ...

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