Directory

In registering, a directory is a record framework indexing structure which contains references to other PC documents, and conceivably different directories. On numerous PCs, directories are known as envelopes, or drawers, comparable to a workbench or the conventional office file organizer. Directories are found in a various leveled document framework, for example, Linux, MS-DOS, OS/2, and Unix. In the image to the privilege is a case of the tree direction yield that demonstrates all the nearby and subdirectories. A Web directory is a posting of Web destinations composed in an order or interconnected rundown of classes. Directories are a sort of site which is utilized to store organizations and their data.

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