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Quick Access Popup (QAP for short, successor of Folders Popup) is a free and open-source multi-purpose shortcuts launcher and folders switcher written in the portable programming language AutoHotkey (AKA: AHKScript, AHK for short) by Jean Lalonde from Canada.
As a very convenient and practical quick start menu utility, Quick Access Popup allows user to quickly manage and access the shortcuts to any commonly-used software and files/folders, thus greatly improves the efficiency of computer operation. In other words, with it, to locate a file, you do not have to enter the nested folders in sequence; to run programs, you do not have to overspread the desktop with their shortcut icons. Since, Quick Access Popup enables users to add all the frequently-used files/folders, URLs, and applications to a series of grouped, arrayed menus that can be directly called out by few mouse clicks.
In addition, Quick Access Popup also provides very comprehensive and flexible settings to add, edit, delete, copy, move, separate, classify all sorts of shortcuts, even to set a shortcut key for each of them. In particular, Quick Access Popup also comes with a group function which can call multiple menu items with one click. For example, if you need to launch multiple applications when Windows starts up or some operation is performed, then this function is what you need.
At first, of course, you are likely to be confused about the complex use of Quick Access Popup. But when you get used to it, this small app will be bound to make your working efficiency on computer get greatly improved. There is no doubt that Quick Access Popup is ideal (almost a necessary tool) for advanced computer users who prefer to use the keyboard rather than a mouse. At least it can make your desktop no longer messy due to the need of parking the shortcut icons of any software or files/folders themselves.
// Official Demo Video //
// System Requirements //
- Windows 7+
- for Windows XP and Vista, use Folders Popup instead
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|Freeware||Windows 7+||Quick Access Popup||Setup | Portable|
|Windows XP, Vista||Folders Popup||Setup | Portable|
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