Lightning Bar enables you to access any folder in a flash.
This side-bar application makes it easy to manage your favorite folders and access them in Windows Explorer,common open file dialog boxes,browse folder dialog and Ms-Office open dialogs.
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Description: Can you remember all of your important folders? Do you spend several minutes looking for a folder? Stop wasting time now! Lightning Bar will let you access any folder in a flash.
It can save your time: To look for a folder, you have to expand the notes one by one in the directory tree and drag the scroll bar up and down, this will waste your time, break your workflow and draw your attention away from your thoughts. With a favorite shortcut list from Lightning Bar, you can visit any folder in a second.
It is available where you need it: When you open Windows Explorer or any common open file dialog box, Lightning Bar will display beside it at the same time and provide the easiest way to you to access folders.
Lightning Bar supports Windows Explorer, Ms-Office (97-2007) open/save file dialog boxes and common select file/folder dialog boxes.
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