Change The Location Of The Documents Folder In Vista ~ Windows Fanatics
Como alterar o local padrão da pasta Meus documentos This article describes how to change the default location of the My Documents folder in Microsoft Windows XP. The My Documents folder is your own personal folder in which you can store your documents, graphics, and other personal files. When there is more that one person using the computer, Windows creates a My Documents folder for each user on the computer. By default, the target or actual location of the My Documents folder is C :\Documents and Settings\ \My Documents, where C is the drive in which Windows is installed, and is the currently logged-on user. You can change the target if you want My Documents to point to a different folder location.
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Status of this Document Draft in development; may change radically at any time. A favicon is a graphic image (icon) associated with a particular Web page and/or Web site. Many recent user agents (such as graphical browsers and newsreaders) display them as a visual reminder of the Web site identity in the address bar or in tabs. How to Add a Favicon to your Site - QA @ W3C