Even with long folder names at your disposal, there's just not enough room to really describe what's in a folder, who put it there, and what it's there for. In Windows 2000, you have a way to annotate information to a folder, using plain text or HTML. Open the folder you want to annotate, and right-click in a blank area in it. Select Customize This Folder, click Next, and check only Add Folder Comment, then click Next. In the Folder comment area, enter text or a block of HTML. Click the Next button, and then Finish. Results will appear in the left pane of the commented folder and its parent folder when the commented folder is selected (if your Explorer folders are set with Web view).