Folder2MyPC – DIY folder/application shortcut

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In normal conditions, we can only create shortcut in a folder, and send to the desktop at best, although Windows 7 supports “Pin to Taskbar” or “Pin to Start Menu”, but this is only effective for applications, not for folders. So, is there any more powerful tool to achieve this? Folder2MyPC can add any shortcuts of folders, applications to the “My Computer” or “Control Panel”, easy to use and free.

To put it bluntly, what this app does is just adding some folders, applications outside of the “Local Disk, My Document, etc” to “My Computer”, and we can also customize the added folder or app icon.

The advantage of placing the often used folders/apps in the “My Computer” is to avoid trouble of entering into the multi-level directory repeatedly, no doubt that this improves efficiency, also makes the computer more personalized.

Of course that, there’s no need to move those hidden folders to the surface, you know…… 🙂

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