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Quick Access Popup v10.2.1
Quick Access Popup v10.2.1 Speed up your work with this multi-purpose launcher and folder switcher! Freeware for Windows. QAP 101: What should I know about Quick Access Popup before I start (and can't stop) using it? When you run it, Quick Access Popup (QAP) adds an icon in the Notification Area and awaits your orders. When you want to open a frequently used folder, launch an application or work on a document, open the Quick Access Popup menu. There are three ways to to open the Quick Access Popup menu: Click on the Quick Access Popup icon in the Notification Area (System Tray). Or click the middle mouse button (MMB). Or, if you are a keyboard shortcut addict, press Windows+W. In the QAP menu, select your favorite folder, application or document. Quick Access Popup will instantly launch it! Open the QAP menu from the QAP icon in the Notification Area to launch a favorite You are already working in a Windows Explorer and just want to change the folder in the current window? Click the middle mouse button while the mouse pointer is over the Explorer window (or press Windows+W while the Explorer window is active). In the popup menu, select the desired folder. Quick Access Popup will instantly navigate your Explorer to the selected folder! Changing folders in file dialog boxes (Open, Save As, etc.) is also available if you enable this option. Open the QAP menu in Windows Explorer (middle mouse button or Windows + W) to change the folder in the current window Now, you can't resist to customize your popup menu? Adding your own folders, applications, documents, web links or FTP site is very easy. ...
5/5 1,418 Nov 05, 2019
Jean Lalonde
   
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