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Chapter 12. Idisk > Using Your iDisk Storage Space

Using Your iDisk Storage Space

Your iDisk storage space (Figure 11) is preorganized into folders, just like your Mac OS X home folder:

  • Documents is for storing documents. This folder is completely private; only you have access to it.

  • Music, Pictures, and Movies are for storing various types of media. By storing multimedia files in these folder, they're available to other iTools programs, including iCard and HomePage.

  • Public is for storing files you want to share with others. This folder can only be opened by an iTools member who knows your member name.

  • Sites is for storing Web pages that you want to publish on the World Wide Web. HomePage, an iTools program you can explore on your own, automatically stores Web pages here. You can also create Web pages with another authoring tool and publish them by placing them in this folder.

  • Software is a read-only folder maintained by Apple Computer. It contains Apple software updates and other downloadable files that might interest you. The contents of this folder do not count toward the 20 MB of disk space iDisk allows you—which is a good thing, because many of these files are very large!


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