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Quick Access Popup Specifications
Date added:
Oct. 27, 2022
Date released:
Sept. 5, 2020
Operating system:
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016,
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Additional Requirements
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Quick Access Popup v10.5.6

Move like a breeze between your frequently used folders, documents, applications, Web pages.

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Quick Access Popup Editor's review

To quickly add a new favorite folder or web page to your popup menu: 1) go to a frequently used folder or web page, 2) click the QAP hotkey and choose "Add Active Folder or Webpage", 3) give the favorite a short name and save it. You can also use the Windows Explorer context menus to instantly add folders, documents or applications. In the pre-built "In the Works" menu, choose the "Current windows" to switch to any other running Explorer or application window. Or choose one of your recently or frequently used folders or documents. Under "My QAP Essentials", use the "Reopen a Folder" menu to reopen one of the folders already open in an Explorer window (very useful in file dialog boxes). Or choose "Reopen Current Folder in Dialog box" to switch it to the folder you are currently using. Also add frequently typed text snippets and trigger them with a short hotstring, for example, to replace ",adr" with your full address. Or create simple macros to fill a form in a second. In the options dialog box, choose your preferred language, menu icons size, numeric keyboard shortcuts, set the popup menu position, etc. All this for free in very intuitive app. Quick Access Popup is available on Windows 7 and more recent. Works with Windows Explorer, Directory Opus, Total Commander and 15 other file managers.


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