I have a 2 TB hard drive with over 1000 movies, with a folder for each movie, as each movie consists of one or more files, along with a jpg file with the movie cover. Currently the title of each folder contains the movie title, the year of release, imdb rating and some other info. Now I have upgraded to Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, and want to use all those nifty Windows 7 Explorer details for organizing my movie collection. I want to shorten the title of each folder down to just the movie title, and move all the info into the relative fields in the file operating system, so I can sort by those various fields, e.g. when I want to watch the newest movies, or the ones with the highest ratings, etc. I am aware of various applications on the market that are specifically designed for organizing one's media library, but that's not what I'm looking for. I want to use the Windows 7 file operating system to do this. My problem is I can't seem to find a way to give a folder any metadata (aka details or tags) like I'm able to give video files or audio files. So the question is: Does Windows 7 not permit metadata on folders?