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How to access your favorite or frequently used folders quickly in Windows XP and Vista?

Navigating through many drives and folders to find your frequently used or favorite folder can be difficult. It takes off your time as it required many mouse clicks to go to your desired folder.

Folder Guide is a free and handy utility that provides instant access to your frequently used and favorite folders. It can operate as the part of your context menu in your Windows Explorer. Just right click and select ‘folder guide’ then click on your desired folder.

After download and quick install, just run the app and add folders that you want to quick access. Click on ‘add’ then select folder path to add folder.

Note: Folder Guide runs automatically as part of the Windows Explorer context menu, so you will never need to start the program otherwise you want to edit the list of folders.You can run only one copy of Folder Guide to edit favorite folders. Attempting to run additional copies of Folder Guide will bring the currently running Folder Guide to the front.

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