FoldersPopup lets you access any folder immediately no matter what Windows Explorer screen you're currently viewing. This feature makes navigation quick and convenient, and you can customize your folder pop-up menu to include all of the folders that you use most often to make it an even more effective tool.
This app runs from the taskbar in the lower right-hand corner of your screen when you open it, and you can access its features either by clicking the middle mouse button or by pressing Windows+K with your mouse cursor inside any Windows Explorer window. At first, the menu that pops up will only include certain default locations like the Desktop and Documents, but you can add any other folders that you choose by hovering your cursor over them, pressing the middle mouse button, and selecting the option to add that folder to the shortcut menu. You can also reorganize, add, and remove folders from your pop-up menu in the settings window. And you can use the app to move between folders in any file dialog box, as well.
This app is a basic, yet useful and effective way to navigate efficiently in Windows Explorer. It runs well, and it's free, making it a good choice for users of all levels. The pop-up feature works well, and selecting an item in the menu moves you seamlessly from one folder to another without having to go back through the standard navigation channels.