Docs is for your personal documents and book files acquired from elsewhere (not Amazon). When you connect your Kindle with a USB cable, this will appear as a Documents folder. This is where you can drag compatible book files and personal document files converted into Kindle friendly files. This is also where files go when you use Calibre to send files to your device, or email files to your Kindle email address. I'm thinking I'm going to have a ball with this folder. If it's mine, I can delete its contents and generally wade around in it without worrying about deleting something that may mess up my new little machine.
Remember... The Documents folder on the older Kindles is where you need to put all your book files, so they will be able to be read on your Kindle and appear on the home screen. This applies to personal files, books and books you purchase from Amazon. I don't have a Kindle Touch so I need to find some images (and I haven't found any yet) of the folders on that. I would love to hear from any of you with a Touch so I can squeeze your brain a bit with a few questions.
stay tuned, Dear Readers...
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