Folders Popup lets you move like a breeze between your frequently used folders and documents!
- Free • Open Source
- Windows Explorer
What is Folders Popup?
Folders Popup lets you move like a breeze between your frequently used folders, documents and links! Have all your favorites at your finger tip - press the middle mouse button to popup your personalized menu. You can add, reorder, remove or rename favorites in the Settings window. Group favorites by subject in submenus. Add folders on the fly with the "Add This Folder" menu. Support for Directory Opus, Total Commander and FPconnect. Available in English, French, German, Dutch, Korean, Swedish and Italian.
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- 39 Stars
- 6 Forks
- 0 Open Issues
Comments and Reviews
- Productivity Tool
- File Manager
CategoriesOffice & Productivity • File Management
Recent user activities on Folders Popup
- kaekazeh liked Folders Popup
- NosaLee added Folders Popup as alternative(s) to Advanced Recent Access
- whynot added Folders Popup as alternative(s) to Chameleon Folder
Just posting this note for others, like me, who can't differentiate between comments in the Comments section and comments in the Reviews section, here on AlternativeTo :-)
Like the developer mentioned in a comment in the Reviews section, Folders Popup has changed name and is now called Quick Access Popup:
Link to its AlternativeTo-page: Quick Access Popup Link to its public webpage: https://www.quickaccesspopup.com/
I just started using it and so far it feels good other than being slow at accessing the network to add shared folders. Overall though I can get around that by copying the paths I want to add so this is not a major issue. Looking at the site I can see a well supported application and look forward to getting to know it better. So far it is looking like one of the best file extenders for Windows. My previous favorite was Filebox Extender until I started having random issues with it not working. This looks to be my long term replacement.
Thank you LelandWhitlock for your good words. Looking forward for the next generation of Folders Popup, under the new name Quick Access Popup (www.quickaccesspopup.com).
Jean (the developer)
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