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SonicFolder Have you got tired of clicking folder icons again and again to go to your frequently used folders? How much time have you wasted on these boring, repetitive actions? Now you can make life easier with SonicFolder.

SonicFolder is a very easy-to-use add-on to the Windows Explorer. With it you can open favorite folders quickly in Windows Explorer, Open/Save File Dialog or on the Desktop, etc. You can add any folder to the favorite list and access them later in just two clicks. SonicFolder has already added some system defined folders (such as My Documents, My Music, Windows System, etc.) under a "System Folders" submenu. Besides, there are some shell tools included, such as "Copy selected file/folder's path name", "File Checksum Calculator", "DOS Prompt in Selected Folder", you can use them directly in shell context menu, easily and handy!

Software Information System Requirements
Version: v1.5.1.3
  • Windows 2000 and Windows XP
  • Pentium class processor
  • 256 MB RAM
License:Free to try, $19.95 to buy
File Size: 908 KB
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SonicFolder Features:
  • Integrate with Windows Explorer, Desktop, standard Open/Save file dialog, Office's Open/Save File Dialog's shell context menu.
  • Add any folder to the favorite list, and organize them easily.
  • Open favorite/system folder in just two clicks.
  • Open folder in new explorer window, open folder in explorer as root.
  • Navigate history, you can goto recently navigated folders again quickly.
  • Sort favorite by path name, you can find favorite folder more easily.
  • Copy selected file/folder's path name, and not only path name, but also leaf name, short name, shortcut's target path name, etc. Transform to lowercase/uppercase, and sort the result.
  • File checksum calculator. Calculate hash value(checksum) for any file, allows you to verify that the file are not corrupted or otherwise unusable. MD5/SHA1/CRC32..., 9 hash algorithms are supported.
  • DOS prompt in selected folder. Open DOS command prompt in the folder you select. You don't need to type in the long path name by hand.
  • User settings, you can modify navigate history depth, menu item width, etc. for your needs.
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