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All contents on your hard drive at your fingertips

There are several software tools that can provide a range of functionalities in order to perform a particular task in a simple and fast way.

Here is one such desktop utility that allows you to access your hard drive contents quickly via system tray or menu bar icon with dynamic pop-up menu.

Hawkscope is an open source, cross platform (runs on Windows, Mac and Linux) application; once installed it will sits on the system tray and you can access any files, folders and programs from there with a mouse click or with a global short cut key combination.

Besides, it has some other functionalities such as hide unwanted drives, folders or files by adding them to blacklist, plug-in system like Open with, etc that you can configure through the option menu.

Download Hawkscope from Google code.

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