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Moore Jason F, de, Vorchik David G, Ballou Nathaniel H, Banks Richard M, Guzak Chris J, Miner Patrice L, Sheldon David J, Kurtz James B, Hally Judson C, Beam Tyler K: File system shell. Microsoft Corporation, FARBER George S, December 9, 2004: WO/2004/107151 (46 worldwide citation)

A file system shell is provides virtual folders (651-655) which expose regular files and folders to users in different views based on their metadata instead of the actual physical underlying file system structure. Users are able to work with the virtual folders (651-655) through direct manipulation. ...


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Kaasten Shaun A, Moore Jason F, Tubbs Kenneth M, Ivanovic Relja, de, Vorchik David D, Banks Richard M, Miner Patrice L: System and method for filtering and organizing items based on common elements. Microsoft Corporation, FARBER George S, November 11, 2004: WO/2004/097682 (5 worldwide citation)

A system (600) and method for filtering (620) and organizing items from computer memories based on common elements (SB). In accordance with one aspect of the invention, filters (621) are a set of items. In one embodiment, the filters (621) are dynamically generated based on the properties of separat ...


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Moore Jason F, de, Vorchik David, Chalivendra Sasanka C, Ballou Nathaniel H, Guzak Chris J, Kaasten Shaun A, Banks Richard M, Sheldon David J, Miner Patrice L: System and method utilizing virtual folders. Microsoft Corporation, FARBER George S, November 11, 2004: WO/2004/097681 (3 worldwide citation)

A system and method utilizing virtual folders (fig. 3). The virtual folders expose regular files and folders to users in different views based on their metadata instead of the actual physical underlying file system structure on the disk (fig.3). The virtual folders (308) contain collections of items ...


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Moore Jason F, de, Vorchik David, Chalivendra Sasanka C, Ballou Nathaniel H, Guzak Chris J, Kaasten Shaun A, Banks Richard M, Sheldon David J, Miner Patrice L: File system for displaying items of different types and from different physical locations. Microsoft Corporation, FARBER George S, November 11, 2004: WO/2004/097680 (3 worldwide citation)

A file system for displaying items of different types and from different physical locations. In accordance with one aspect of the invention, a wide scope of items may be available. In other words, the system is able to represent items from multiple physical locations (e.g., different hard drives, di ...


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Moore Jason F, Sierra Giampiero M, Banks Richard M, Wong Lyon King Fook, Ivanovic Relja B, Gusmorino Paul A, Beam Tyler K, Mckee Timothy P, Belt Jeffrey C, de, Vorchik David G, Guzak Chris J, Low Aidan, Tubbs Kenneth M, Anthony Colin R, Chalivendra Sasanka C, Watson Marieke Iwema, Joyce Gerald Paul, Wade Alex D, Betz Benjamin A, Kabir Ahsan S, Andrews Donna B, Miner Patrice L, Cutsinger Paul L: File system shell. Microsoft Corporation, April 6, 2006: WO/2006/036290 (2 worldwide citation)

A file system shell is provided. One aspect of the shell provides virtual folders (651-655) which expose regular files and folders to users in different views based on their metadata instead of the actual physical underlying file system structure on the disk. Users are able to work with the virtual ...


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Wong Lyon K F, Van, Dok Cornelis K, de, Vorchik David G, Maclaurin Matthew, Miner Patrice L, Smith Walter R, Fortier Philip P: Save preview representation of files being created. Microsoft Corporation, Wong Lyon K F, Van, Dok Cornelis K, de, Vorchik David G, Maclaurin Matthew, Miner Patrice L, Smith Walter R, Fortier Philip P, CHANG Steve S, November 24, 2005: WO/2005/111784 (2 worldwide citation)

In a graphical user interface environment, a request to save a file may result in a display of a location or view in which the file is to be saved, and may include a preview indicia representing the to-be-saved file. The user may interact with the preview indicia to edit the new file's metadata by r ...


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Hally Craig J, Koch Kenneth A, Ligameri Mark R, Moore Jason F, Kaasten Shaun A, Banks Richard M, Sheldon Michael, de Vorchik David G, Odins Lucas Zeke B, Miner Patrice L: Virtual address bar user interface control. Microsoft, October 20, 2004: EP1469377-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A virtual address bar user interface control is presented. The virtual address bar includes a plurality of interactive segments, each segment corresponding to a predetermined filter for selecting content in a computer file system. Collectively, the interactive segments represent a virtual address fo ...


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KAASTEN SHAUN A, MOORE JASON F, TUBBS KENNETH M, IVANOVIC RELJA, DE VORCHIK DAVID G, BANKS RICHARD M, MINER PATRICE L: SYSTEME ET METHODE DE FILTRAGE ET DORGANISATION DARTICLES A PARTIR DELEMENTS COMMUNS, SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR FILTERING AND ORGANIZING ITEMS BASED ON COMMON ELEMENTS. MICROSOFT CORPORATION, MICROSOFT CORPORATION, SMART & BIGGAR, June 25, 2013: CA2468462 (1 worldwide citation)

A system and method for filtering and organizing items from computer memories based on common elements. In accordance with one aspect of the invention, filters are provided for manipulating the items. The filters are essentially tools for narrowing down a set of items. In one embodiment, the filters ...


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JARRETT Robert J, SATTERFIELD Jesse Clay, SUNDELIN Nils A, ANDERSON Bret P, WONG Tsz Yan, SAREEN Chaitanya Dev, MINER Patrice L, HARRIS Jensen, MATTHEWS David A, NAN Jennifer, WORLEY Matthew I: ENVIRONNEMENT MULTI-APPLICATIONS, MULTI-APPLICATION ENVIRONMENT. MICROSOFT CORPORATION, December 6, 2012: WO/2012/166182 (1 worldwide citation)

This document describes techniques and apparatuses enabling a multi-application environment. In some embodiments, these techniques and apparatuses enable multi-application environments having combinations of immersive interfaces, windows-based interfaces, and a desktop treated as an immersive interf ...


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Moore Jason F, de Vorchik David, Chalivendra Sasanka C, Ballou Nathaniel H, Guzak Chris J, Kaasten Shaun A, Banks Richard M, Sheldon David J, Miner Patrice L: System and method utilizing virtual folders. Microsoft, December 21, 2005: EP1606728-A1

A system and method utilizing virtual folders. The virtual folders expose regular files and folders to users in different views based on their metadata instead of the actual physical underlying file system structure on the disk. The virtual folders contain collections of items. The system includes a ...