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Direct Folders

Direct Folders guarantees you quick and direct access to your favorite and recent folders.

  • Windows

Direct Folders guarantees you quick and direct access to your favorite and recent folders. Jump to any deeply nested folder in a single mouse click.

Direct Folders automatically resizes every standard file dialog, so you can see a larger number of files. Find what you looking for with less scrolling.

One of the many useful features of Direct Folders is its ability to automatically switch the folder views of open dialogs to thumbnails, list or details depending on the application you are working with. You can select your preference of file sort order to be the default as well. More Info »

Link to official Direct Folders site

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Direct Folders was added by Daemon in Mar 2010 and the lastest update was made in Nov 2014. There is a history of activites on Direct Folders in our Change Log and Activity Log. It's possible to update the information on Direct Folders or report it as discontinued, duplicated or spam. If you want a nice widget to put on your website check these out.

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This is an excellent program, which I've used for several years on Windows XP and now on Windows 7 64-bit. Very handy in many ways, and very much worth trying. There's a small problem with recent versions of Firefox, which I hope the developer will soon find time to fix.


The issue with Firefox is solved (version 3.62)


Version 3.62, the last update to this program, came out in June 2010. My comment (above), posted in August 2010, was based on that version. Direct Folders has not been updated since my comment, and it remains buggy in Windows 7 64-bit--especially, but not entirely, in Firefox. Alas, the developer of this program currently seems more interested in programming in for Android than in developing his Windows apps. Too bad . . .

I still use it, and put up with the occasional bugs, 'cause I can't find anything to replace it.


Yes, and I just tried it in my Windows XP laptop. The Firefox issue is still there, as it has been for more than one year with no fix from the developer. Too bad. Check out Listary . . .


Seems the On Top option does not always work on all windows like a pop out window for Firefox.