Create labels on disk

working on the computer, you can save time.create desktop shortcuts for each of the drives on your computer, or only for commonly used.Click Start, double click on the My Computer icon to see the drive.Right-click click Local Disk (C :), and holding the mouse button, drag it to an empty space on the desktop.Releasing the mouse button and the context menu, select Create Shortcuts.The name for the icon, the default - "Shortcut to Local Disk (C)."To change the name of the shortcut, click the right mouse button and select Rename.You can now open the C drive, d
ouble-clicking on the icon.A window with the contents of drive C.
Create shortcuts to files and folders

You can have specific files and folders that are used on a regular basis.By placing a shortcut on the desktop, you can save a lot of time searching for documents.Open My Computer and double-click the C, locate the file or folder for which you want to create a shortcut.Hold down the right mouse button icon, drag it to the desktop and in the Start menu shortcuts.Now, the icon will be placed on the desktop named "Shortcut to ...".
Change image label

Windows offers a selection of images for the icons which will allow you to change their appearance.This can help to quickly identify the files or folders.To change the label image, right-click the icon.From the menu, select Properties.Click the Shortcut tab, and then click Change Icon.A window will appear in which the gallery of icons.Choose whichever icon.Click OK, and the selected icon replaces the old icon shortcut.
Create shortcuts

for greater time savings can configure keyboard shortcuts for opening frequently-used labels.Right-click on the shortcut and select Properties.In the opened window, select the tab Shortcut.Go to the Shortcut field, hold the Ctrl or Alt, press any letter on the keyboard, for example F. In the field will be a combination of keys: Ctrl + Alt + F. Then click OK.Your key combination is ready for use.