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Add Folders to Right-Click Menu on Windows With MyFolders (32 & 64 bits)




MyFolders is a free Windows application that neatly adds your frequently used folders to Windows right-click menu, which is especially very handy if you copy and/or move files to certain folders very often. It can also be used to bookmark folders so that you can jump to any of them immediately.

Once installed, right-click anywhere in Windows Explorer and you will see a new item under the name of “MyFolders” in your Windows context-menu.

myfolders options in context menu

There are two ways to add folders to the context-menu:

  1. Select one or multiple folders at once, right-click, select “MyFolders”, and click on “Add current/selected folder(s)”.

    add current folders

  2. Or, right-click anywhere in Windows explorer, or Desktop, select “MyFolders”, and click on “Settings”. Beside adding and removing folders, here you can also manage them like switching the position and/or adding separator.

    the settings window

  3. I use Q-Dir to manage files. Even though this file manager can show up to 4 panels at once and each panel can contain multiple tabs, I still find MyFolders an indispensable tool after using it for a while.

    Supports: Windows 8/7/Vista/XP and Windows Server 2012/2008 R2/2008/2003 (32-bit & 64-bit)
    Version tested: MyFolders 3.5 on Windows 7 | Homepage


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