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by Gina Trapani Click to view You're not going to spend another tax season scrounging around for receipts and digging through your filing cabinet for the remains of dead trees, wondering if you're claiming everything you should. No siree! Next year, all your tax documents - heck, all your important paperwork - will be converted to PDF files and organized into search-based folders. Your receipts, ebooks, scanned newspaper articles, tax forms, gadget manuals and client contracts will be available at your fingertips whether or not you're by your filing cabinet. And you can organize them using iTunes .
Click to view Tagging has taken off on the web , but what about on your hard drive? On the heels of Mac OS X's file tagging and Smart Folders features, Windows Vista users can now tag their files and use those keywords to organize and search documents on their desktop. Back in April, guest author Nick Santilli described how he uses metadata as a filing system on his Mac. Today, with Windows Vista, this method works on a PC as well. Let's take a look at the not-perfect-but-a-good-start file tagging and saved search features of Vista.
by Nick Santilli I'm not the most organized person around, but when it comes to my computer I'm set in my ways of folders within folders within folders. I'd bet you're much the same way.