Windows lets you sort files by name, extension, date of creation, size, and all manner of criteria. But nowhere does Windows have a built-in sort that puts the most important files and folders at the top of a directory. But you can do an automatic importance sort with a little trick.
When you create a directory or save a file that you know is destined for greatness, make the first character in its name an exclamation mark. Windows and almost all programs put an exclamation point above any other ABC characters or punctuation when sorting alphabetically in ascending order.
The only exception is a space, which precedes the ! in an ASCII alphabetical sort. That lets you create an hierarchy of the most important of the important by starting those horribly important files with “! !” The two exclamation points separated by a space will trump any filename starting with only one exclamation point.