Quick Tip:
Organize Your Computer CDs & DVDs

Organizing computer data and software CDs and DVDs is challenging. The ideal system lets you find what you’re looking for quickly and doesn’t take up much space.

But standard jewel cases are difficult to organize, take up a lot of space, and are costly.

Slim-line cases don’t take as much space and don’t cost as much. But they’re difficult to label. And if you use them, you’ll end up digging through piles trying to find the one you need.

Get rid of those cases. Organize your disks in binders made for this purpose. These binders come with inserts that hold 4 CDs (2 CDs on a side) or 8 CDs (4 CDs on a side).

You can store over 100 CDs and DVDs this way, taking the space of just one binder. Organization is easier too.

Check office supply stores like Office Max, Office Depot, and Staples.

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Published: February 20, 2006

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