As you know, Windows 7 libraries let you organize your scattered files such as music, photos, videos etc. in a better way. Basically a library gathers and collects all those similar files in the same place, no matter where they are located. If for any reason, you notice that a folder is located in a library which is not appropriate for its content, then you might decide to delete or remove it. This little trick will show you how to get rid of a folder located in a library in a few steps.
- Click the “My Computer” icon to open the Explorer folder.
- On the let pane, click the Libraries icon. This will expand the icon thus showing you all the Libraries available.
- Right-click the library which contains the folder you want to delete.
- From the Menu, click the Properties link.
- A new, small window will pop-up on the screen.
- Click the folder you want to remove in the “Library Locations” section.
- Now, click the Remove button to delete the folder.
- Click OK.
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