Folders is a small, extemely stable and broadly compatible
utility which runs in the background. It works simply and
efficiently. After Access Folders has been installed, you
can configure it to load at Windows startup. Thereafter,
any time a Save As or Open dialog appears, right-click
the question mark (?) help button found in the top-right
corner of the dialog and a list of file and folder paths
will pop up. Select a folder and the dialog will immediately
jump to that location. This is almost too useful to describe.
it lets you directly save important files to folders
on local or network drives without all of the seemingly
endless and repetitive clicking. Second, it never lets
you forget where these files are saved, especially those
that have been downloaded from the Internet or edited
in Office applications. You can add or remove file and
folder paths from the list at any time and there doesn't
appear to be any practical limit to the folder or path
Folders also proved to be very easy to set up. You can
open the program's options menu by right-clicking its
icon in the system tray, or by clicking "Settings" from
Access Folders' menu while in a Save As or Open dialog.
It's a simple matter to add and remove folder or sub-folder
paths. The program can also integrate into Windows Explorer's
shell context menu, allowing you to quickly add folders
with a right-click from within other programs too.
can also define file filters which will be applied to
your Open/Save dialogs, which allows you to access a
particular folder but display only the items you prefer.
Other options include the ability to have Access Folders
loaded at every Windows startup, use the mouse wheel
to access the menu, assign hotkeys to call the utility,
and add or remove new paths at any time.