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Posted by : Mayur Kasare Wednesday, 21 August 2013
Since we have got many file and folders onto our PC it is very difficult as well as irritating to access our favorite folder regularly as we have to go to the various path always which is bit frustrating also
so in this post i will tell you the best way to get connected to you favorites file and folder regularly
follow this to frequently used folder or files which you want to use but don't want to change the path
Locate the folder you want to book mark and drag an drop in the favorite section where you want to locate it
left click on the mouse drag the file and drop it in the favorite section where the link of the file will b created
The Libraries features in Windows 8 allows you to combine multiple folders into a single view.
You can add new folders to the default libraries or create your own custom libraries containing as many folders as you like.
This can be a good way to organize related folders in a single place.
Taskbar Jump List
This is also a good way to favorite the folder in Windows
We just have to pin the folder on to the task bar and we will get the folder present there every time when every we want
Just drag and drop the folder into the task bar it will get pined there or just right click on the open folder which we want to book mark and you will see the pinning option (after the folder) pin it
Start menu or Start Screen
We can pin the folder in start screen also . by opening the start menu in Windows 7 and start screen in Windows 8 you will find the folder there itself
Just drag an drop the folder in start screen or start folder and you will get your folder pinned there easily or by another method just go to the folder right click on it and select pin to the start the folder link will get pinned there
Shortcuts is the famous and very easy method to go a favorite folder directly
Just keep that shortcut created folder on to the desktop and by double clicking it will take you to the place of the folder
In short it create the link of the path of the folder, which make our work more easy
Comedy Option: Bookmark in Your Browser
If you're like most people, you probably spend most of your computer time in a browser. You could actually bookmark your favorite folders directly in your browser, so they’d be accessible from your browser toolbar — you could even store shortcuts to your folders in your bookmark folders along with your bookmarked websites.
To start browsing your C: drive, type file:///c:/ into Chrome or Firefox's address bar and press Enter.
You'll see a special view where you can browse your file system. You can't do much with this by default — just view your files in your browser.
However, if you install the IE Tab extension for your browser, you can actually get a Windows Explorer view in a browser tab and manage your files without leaving your browser. With IE Tab, this becomes a fairly practical option.
If you have more tricks leave in the comment below