USE CASE: AT HOME
Every user of NotJustBrowsing can take advantage of the organization embedded in its design. The following is a brief description of a few common uses for everybody.
It may be good practice to keep a list of those directories which are accessed on a daily basis.
To do this, a user must type drive letter in the URL box of single or multiple browsers. Navigate afterwards to the directory that needs to be placed in the Study Place. Using Drag & Drop as used for any web address, this directory can be added in the Study Place at any desired location.
Once these directory locations are stored, they can be reached by selecting the Heading or Sub Heading these directories are under and choosing "Go" from context menu of Study Place.
Note: Always ensure correct layout settings when browsing in multiple browsing windows.
Tip: Use multiple Browsing Windows as multiple explorer windows.
If you have more than one e-mail account (like most people do) then keep them all placed under one Heading, arrange a layout for them and access at once.
There is no better way to read newspapers than to read them all in one place at the same time and carry on with your other work.
References to particular device drivers of your hardware is an important thing. It will be equally good to have a separate list of locally stored drivers as well. Keep notes with these references about particular hardware and its whereabouts.
Whatever appliances you have got at home, try to keep a reference (link) to its manufacturer's web site or any specific area of interest within it.
Create your photo albums to share with family and friends. Photos without any background information usually not as useful. For a short period of time you can remember the exact occasion, time and event when photo was taken. After some years when there are too many photos and you may not be there to explain or the memory is faded then these descriptions and notes will remind the viewer of the time and occasion.
Better to keep a copy of current NotJustBrowsing along with exported .ks file (that contains all information regarding photos) and photos on a CD.
Caution: There is no limit to what you want to keep for future reference (in other words, bookmarking is not limited) but always add notes and comments with whatever you store.