Folder Menu for Windows 10


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Folder Menu is a folder switching tool. You can quickly jump to your favorite folders in explorer, open/save dialog or command prompt...and more. You can also launch your favorite folders, files or urls. Features: Quickly Switching Folders - Click the middle mouse button (show menu 1 hotkey), a popup menu for favorite folders will show up, click on an item and it will switch to that folder. Quickly Launch Folders Show Menu Hotkeys: Show Menu 1: Only show menu in supported applications, and open folder in the active window. Show Menu 2: Always show menu, and always open folder in a new explorer. Show Menu 1.5: Between 1 and 2, always show menu, and open folder in active window if it is supported, otherwise, it will open folder in a new explorer. Ctrl-Click Menu - If you holding Ctrl (or Shift) while click on an item, or right click on an item, a menu of subfolders of that item will show up. Holding both Ctrl and Shift to show files in the menu. Browse Mode - In browse mode, the behavior of Click and Ctrl-Click will be exchanged. That is, click on an item will open its subfolder menu, and Ctrl-Click will open the item. Recent Items - You can add a "Recent items" submenu to the favorite menu, it will record recently opened items. Open Selected Text - Select a file path, URL or registry key, and press Win+J, the selected path will be opened automatically. Explorer List - List all opened explorers, and click on an item to activate that one. Submenu - Supports multi-level submenus. Custom Icons - You can customize menu icons and sizes for specific file types. Toggle Explorer Settings - You can quickly toggle between show or hide hidden files, and show or hide file extension. Total Commander Menu - Folder Menu can read the Dir Menu of Total Commander, you can also use TC Menu as main menu. Download the 64-bit version. Folder Menu 3.1.2 64-bit. What's New in version Fixed getting icon for link of exe file Fixed name of "MS Office Dialog" (Office 2007 in Windows XP still needs it, not only 2003)