A quick launch desktop menu that provides fast access to the hierarchical list of favorite programs, documents and folders. To bring it up, right-click on the Desktop, point to Favorite Shortcuts or Quick Launch and then click an item on the menu.
Version: 1.8.3Favorite Shortcuts is a very easy-to-use quick launch tool that provides one-click access to the hierarchical list of favorite programs, documents and folders, Windows Quick Launch items as well as list of most recently used documents and folders.
License: Free To Try $14.95
Operating System: Windows
It is available as a hotkey-driven popup menu, as an additional submenu in the Desktop context menu, in a folder background shortcut menu, in the Windows Explorer File menu, in the Internet Explorer Favorites menu and as an optional icon in the taskbar (system tray).
To bring it up, right-click on the Desktop (or any other folder background), point to Favorite Shortcuts, and then click an item in the popup menu. Also this quick launch menu available on right-clicking or left-clicking at the Favorite Shortcuts system tray icon or pressing the correspondent hotkeys.
To add new items to the favorite shortcuts list or to the quick launch, right-click a file or folder in Windows Explorer, and then select "Add To Favorite Shortcuts" or "Add To Quick Launch" in the popup menu.
Favorite Shortcuts provides fast and convenient access to the frequently used applications, files and folders, and allows to clean up your Desktop and keep it as bare as possible.
Version 1.8.3: An issue with bold/italic menu fonts has been fixed. Productivity has been improved.
Version 1.8.2: Additional options for Quick Launch desktop menu have been added. Productivity has been improved. Some minor bugs have been fixed.
Version 1.8.1: Explore Folder option has been added to folder shortcuts. Username/Password dialog has been added to network share shortcuts. Some minor bugs have been fixed.
Version 1.8: Install routine has been improved. Multiuser usage has been impreved. Some minor bugs have been fixed.