If you want to do your job quickly and with no hard work, if you are sick and tired of clicking your mouse endlessly while trying to find the folder you deeply need this very minute, you must install Folder Guide.
Folder Guide is a free handy tool that provides fast access to your frequently used and favorite folders. Just two mouse clicks is all you need to navigate to the folder you want, so quit wasting your time moping through all the drives and folders and sub-folders of your PC. All you need to get started is to right click on your favorite folder and then add it to Folder Guide. After that, Folder Guide will show your favorite folders in the Folder Guide menu. Finally, you click on the menu item you need, and your folder is right before your eyes. Thats it!
By the way, Folder Guide can operate as the part of your Windows Explorers context menu, so you do not have to start the utility unless you want to edit the favorite folders list. In addition, you can launch Folder Guide from Desktop or through the Start menu. It is really easy to add folders to the Folder Guide list, just like to edit or reorder folders in the list.
Folder Guide will save your time and efforts giving you quick access to wherever you want.
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