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Doodle: Organized vs Unorganized desktops


Here's another doodle.

It categorizes the people based on how they keep their desktop and folders organized. and there are others who love to keep their desktop like chaotic mess.  Both have their own arguments to defend the situation.

Check it out:

I, being a computer user keep the desktop and every folder on files system clean and organized, ie this let me find anything within few clicks and doesn't require me to remember everything, like where did I put the timeline of particular project.

Let us know in the comments how you prefer your desktop organization.


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