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Folder Pilot for Windows

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Key Details of Folder Pilot

  • Find your favorite and recently used folders.
  • Last updated on July 15, 2015
  • There have been 9 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)

Editors' Review

Download.com staff
This application creates simple but effective shortcuts to frequently used folders, but doesn't offer any advanced folder-management features. Folder Pilot's well-designed interface makes it easy to set up and create shortcuts to folders and it offers several ways to access them. It adds a toolbar to Windows Explorer with menus to quickly access and open any drive, folder, or subfolder, and specific areas like Media or My Computer. Folder Pilot also integrates with the Explorer and desktop-context menus, adding your customized shortcuts to folders, drives, or network places. It offers a quick and easy option to add a selected folder to your shortcuts. While Folder Pilot includes the standard fare found in similar apps, it doesn't include any advanced security options such as encryption or folder locking. Users looking for an effective folder-navigation tool will find this app covers the basics nicely.

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Full Specifications

May 14, 2005
Latest update
July 15, 2015
Operating System
Windows 2000, Windows 10, Windows ME, Windows 98, Windows XP
Additional Requirements
Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/2003 Server
Total Downloads
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Developer's Description

Find your favorite and recently used folders.
Get a folder shortcut menu and find your favorite and recently used folders with an enhanced address bar in Windows Explorer. The Folder Pilot shortcut menu can be used within the Windows Explorer, the file selection dialogues, or even from the desktop. The next generation of Windows (codename longhorn ) will have similar functionality -- with Folder Pilot experience the tomorrow's folder navigation today.