Add your favorite folders to the right click context menu with MyFolders


How would you like to put your favorite folders into the right click menu?, such as to have them right there at your fingertips when you need them: quickly jump to them, move or copy objects to them, and even quickly open the command window within the folders.

If this sounds like a good idea then check out MyFolders, a free windows extension that lets you do all of the above quickly and easily (and works in both 32 and 64 bit environments).

This program works about as you would expect; select a group of items on the desktop and move down the cascading menu to copy or move them to a desired destination. Or right click on the desktop if you want to quickly jump to a folder. (See the screenshots above).

MyFolders Screenshot1

The verdict: a very useful utility, the sort of thing that users will probably come to regard as indispensible after using it for a while. Especially useful if you frequently find a clutter of files on your desktop, which you can now sort into the appropriate folders via right click. But note that you could have more or less the same functionality in the right-click ‘send to’ menu via programs like ‘Send to Toys’ or ‘SendToSendTo’.

MyFolders Screenshot2

I have seen a number of very similar utilities but most of them have not made the jump to supporting 64 but context menus, which MyFolders does, to its credit.

Version tested: 3.1

Compatibility: Windows 7/Vista/XP and Windows Server 2008 R2/2008/2003 supported (32-bit & 64-bit)

Go to the program page to download (approx 995K).