However, in a home office scenario there is no need to complicate things and finding the best ways to name your computer files is uncomplicated.
Larger operations often need to put more information into the file name than we do in our home offices.
Nevertheless, even when keeping the scenario of a one man operation in mind, your file naming convention still needs to accommodate some basic criteria.
Your file name criteria shares some of the criteria that I discussed in the previous data management article on folder organization; Organize Computer Files Wisely and Be More Productive.
) piece of software Bulk Rename Utility, I was able to do this right from the context (right click) menu.
But that will be the subject of another post as it really is an indispensable utility for the file-naming-obsessed-geek, albeit a rather complicated looking one on first principles: If anyone else has any useful hints on file naming conventions they care to add, please let me know in the comments section below as I'm always trying to get more organised.
After a few requests i’ve now tried to install Twonky Server 7 on the NAS_Devices and i can tell you that it works.
I also did away with any description of the photo as it takes too much time to write.
The folder gives the date and the general content which is good enough unless you are doing something specific with the photo.
The great thing about this was that using the excellent (and free!
For me, simplicity and effectiveness are the key measures of success.
In this article, I will share my favorite way to name computer files in a descriptive and ordered way.