How to Organize Your Desktop

How to Organize Your Desktop

Clutter follows us everywhere: on the streets, at home and even in the digital world. Whether it is vast expanses of Internet or a small apparatus, called an iPhone, I bet you stumble upon stuff that can be easily related to a complete mess. Much like in real life where the garbage needs to be consistently disposed of, virtual litter that contaminates our devices should be treated seriously as well. And this is not a matter of taste or way of living; it is an issue of high productivity.

The recent studies show that the more organized person you are, the more chances you will have to meet the deadlines and as a result earn much money. Creative chaos is a huge obstacle on your path to achieve goals and reach great heights. You know how we have always been taught that details make the whole difference, so that these tiny worthless objects like text files, exe. files, photos, etc. that overpopulate our PC’s, Mac’s, smart devices, and even such applications as Gmail or Dropbox can dramatically deteriorate and set back the workflow. And you know how this can affect business.

To avoid such an unfortunate outcome, you should keep your workplace in order. While modern workplace implies lots of stuff, including a desk with a bulk of stationery, numerous gizmos, laptop or computer, it seems that the first thing that calls for some ‘trimming’ is your desktop; and today we are going to give you some helpful tips how to organize your desktop…

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