+3. Installing new plugins
+Assume we cloned the repository into "C:\Users\john\configurations\vimfiles".
+Then from your home directory (e.g. ``C:\Users\john``):
+ C:\Users\john> mklink /D vimfiles C:\Users\john\configurations\vimfiles
+ C:\Users\john> mklink .vimrc C:\Users\john\configurations\vimfiles\.vimrc
+ C:\Users\john> mklink .gvimrc C:\Users\john\configurations\vimfiles\.gvimrc
+Create symlinks to folder and files, as in windows.
+## Initialize plugins ##
+## Installing new plugins ##
+Simply unzip them into the "bundles" folder, e.g.:
+These plugins are stored a git submodules, in the `bundle` directory, and are
+automatically loaded by a special plugin called `pathogen` which is already
+present in the autoload folder.
+To add new plugins simply add them as a submodule to the "bundles" folder.
+To add plugin such as `tabular` (https://github.com/godlygeek/tabular), we first
+strip out the "https" and use just "http", and then add it as a submodule to our `bundle`
+ git submodule add http://github.com/godlygeek/tabular bundle/tabular
+ git commit -a -m "Added tabular plugin"
+Sometimes when you do `git status` a submodule will show up as dirty. To fix this
+go into `.gitmodules` file and add `ignore = dirty` attribute to the affected plugin. E.g.:
+ [submodule "bundle/nerdtree"]
+ url = http://github.com/vim-scripts/The-NERD-tree.git
+To remove a plugin (stored as Git submodule) do the following:
+1. Delete a relevant section from `.gitmodules` file
+2. Delete relevant section from `.git/config` file
+3. Run `git rm --cached bundle/plugin_name`, where `plugin_name` is the name of the plugin/module.
+4. Commit and delete untracked files.