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USB Swiss Army Knife: Easily Jump to Special Folders in Windows

Created: 03 May 2010 • Updated: 11 Aug 2012 • 1 comment
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Windows operating system has many folders in the file system known as the "Special Folders". These folders are used for storing application settings and files, saving internet and temporary files, storing shortcuts to other files, etc.

I found a nice utility called SpecialFoldersView  by Nirsoft that shows the list of all special folders in your current Windows operating system, and allows you to easily jump to the desired folder.

This freeware and portable utility can be stored in a USB memory card and works on many operating systems (Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, and Windows 7).

Link :     SpecialFoldersView

License : Freeware

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Some useful updates added:

Added 'Environment String Path' column, which displays the folder path using environment variables, like %USERPROFILE% , %APPDATA%.

Added support for folders on 64-bit systems (Program Files x86, Program Files - Common x86, and System Directory x86.)

Added support for 'Downloads' folder. (Windows 7 and Windows 8)

 

 

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