The best way to study any subject using a PC is to first create a template (this takes 3 minutes involves 5 steps and only has to be done once). Then you use this template for each subject, which involves 9 steps takes four minutes and only has to be done once for each subject. Considering how much time is wasted through inefficiencies when a subject is studied using a PC, considering the disturbances to the analytical powers of the mind caused by these inefficiencies, the time invested to follow these steps is well worth it gor complex and difficult subjects.
I am hoping to turn these procedures I have personally devised into a software product if you would like to collaborate on such contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not attempt to steal the product severe criminal penalties may apply.
SUBJECT BUILDER 2.0
1 A template folder is created in favorites the normal way after opening an html page
2 put a shortcut to favs in folder made in step 1
3 create a new folder in favorites. Name this folder "secondary folder"; rite clik on it, hit cut, then rite clik on the folder created in step 1 in the favorites list, and hit paste.
4 create a new text document in the favorites folder, name it subject in favorites notes, rite clik on it,
hit cut, rite clik on the folder created in 1, and hit paste. Then rite clik on the folder created in step 3
and hit paste again.
5 open folder created in step 3 and rename the text document in it, "secondary subject notes".
To use the template you have created to set yourself up for a new subject:
1 copy the template folder in the favs list
2 paste the copy made in 1 in any convenient location such as the desktop. YOu will not be able to paste the copy into the folder that was copied or one of its subfolders.
3 rename the copy made in 1 according to the subject the folder will deal with
4 cut and paste the folder renamed in step 3 into the favorites folder
5 the renamed folder will appear in the favorites list in the browser window list. Click on it to expand it, and rename the secondary folder according to the subject matter concerned
6 Use the shortcut to favorites to open the favorites folder, rite click on the new folder pasted in in step 4, hit create shortcut, riteklik the new shortcut, hit cut, and paste into the new favorites folder created in step 4; and also paste same into the secondary folder renamed in step 5
7 In the favorites folder that appears in the browser window when you click the favorites shortcut,
(NOT in the favorites list in the left of the browser) Click on the folder pasted into favorites in step 4 to open it, riteclick on the secondary folder renamed in step 5 inside it, hit create shortcut, riteclik the shortcut, hit cut, and paste the shortcut into the favorites folder
emplaced into favorites in step 4.
8 rename the subject in favs notes text document in the favorites drop down list according to the subject in question
9 rename the subject in secondary text document found in the secondary folder renamed in step 5.
SUBJECT BUILDER 1.0
This was a good start but took a slightly overcomplicated path. Seems when a person first quits cigarettes there are improvements but maybe a problem with overcomplication. But then there is recovery and overcomplications of the post cigarette and also cigarette days are corrected.
MAIN FOLDER and TEMPLATE CREATION
This takes 3 minutes only done once.
1 create on your desktop a folder called "subject builder tool";
2 create in subject builder tool, a text document called subject builder tool notes
3 create in "subject builder tool", a shortcut to the favorites folder
(right click in the folder, hit "create shortcut", hit w, s, in command line put c:\windows\favorites and at name prompt write favorites);
4 create in the subject builder tool folder, a folder named "subject builder template"
5 create in the subject builder template folder, a text document called "subject in subject builder notes"
6 create in the subject builder template folder, a folder called subject in favorites
7 create in the new subject in favorites folder which is in the subject builder template folder, a new
text document called, "subject in favorites notes";
TO USE THE TEMPLATE to establish a structure to study a particular subject:
this takes 4 minutes needs to be done for each subject.
1 Copy the "Subject Folder Template" in the "Subject Folder Tool" folder and paste into the Subject folder tool folder.
2 retitle the copied template folder as follows: name of subject + "in subject builder"; for example
if the subject is "html" retitle it to "html in subject folder".
3 make a shortcut to the new retitled folder and put it in the "Subject Folder Tool" folder
4 open the folder you have just retitled
5 in the folder you have just retitled, the copy of the template, retitle the text document named "subject in subject builder", changing the title from "subject in subject builder notes" to name of subject ( the name used in step 2) + "in subject builder notes"
6 in this same folder retitle the folder name "subject in favorites" to name of subject+"in favorites"
7 Right click on the short cut you created in step 3 hit cut. Then paste the shortcut into the name of subject + "in favorites" folder you created in step 6.
8 close the folder you pasted the shortcut into in step 7 if it is open. It should be titled name of subject + "in favorites" and should be in the folder titled name of subject + "in Subject folder". Right click on its icon and click "cut"; then right click on the shortcut to favorites in the "Subject Builder Tool" folder and click " paste".
9 open the favorites folder by left clicking on the shortcut to favorites. Find the name of subject +
"in favorites" folder you just moved to the favorites folder. Right click on it and hit "create shortcut". The newly created shortcut will appear, hilited, in the favorites folder. Then right click on this shortcut, hit "cut", and then "paste" the shortcut into the name of subject + "in subject builder" folder you created in step 2.