Editors' reviewThis wee application offers quick access to frequently-used folders from an icon in the system tray, although it's missing the hot-key support found in comparable programs. FastFolder's utilitarian interface is easily accessed via its system-tray icon and makes specific folders accessible with one or two clicks. Adding a shortcut for your favorite folder is a snap: just browse the target folder directly from the program's tree view list, specify a name, and set the folder path. As a result, you can bypass Windows Explorer and quickly access them from the tray icon. The right-click menu also gives you access to common Windows' system folders and drives. However, even quicker access would be possible if the program supported hot-key shortcuts, but considering FastFolders's freeware status, we can easily forgive this minor oversight. This time-saving app can be used by any user looking for a way to manage and access favorite folders.
FastFolder is a background program which allows quick access to any of twelve selectable folders from the system tray. It provides an easy way to navigate directories. The code in the program is designed to use minimum system resources and is very stable. There are nno registry changes or secret files made. FastFolder contains no Spyware or AdWare, and is totally non-intrusive.