Description: Fast Folders is a shell enhancement that gives you fast access to your favorite folders in Common Open/Save dialogs, the desktop and in Explorer.
You access the Fast Folder menu by right-clicking anywhere in the directory background (right pane) of Explorer, the "white area" of Common Open/Save -dialogs and the desktop. In the menu that pops up there will be a new item called "Fast Folders" with a list of folders (that you've added from within Fast Folder & Command) that you can have Explorer & Open/Save dialogs fast and easy browse to.
Fast Command will help you create run-commands for use in the Start Menu's Run -dialog. The commands can launch programs, open folders, run files and launch URL's.
The thing is that it will take less time to open the Start Menu's run dialog [WIN+R] and type in a command than it takes to locate the shortcut in the Start Menu or manually browse for the file/folder in Explorer. The Start Menu is often filled with all kinds of different shortcuts which makes it hard to find the program you're looking for.
When you run a command, the program, sound file, script file, image, document, URL or folder that you have specified is launched.
Fast Folder Access 2.0 Fast Folder Access can quick jump to your favorite folders in common Open/Save dialogs,in Windows Explorer,Desktop and Start Button.It can preview image in the context menu and add
Command Creator 3.0 Command Creator will help you create run-commands for use in the Start Menu´s Run dialog. The commands can launch programs, open folders, run files and launch URL´s. Get fast
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