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FindMySoft Editor's Review
QuickJump – Quickly Access Folders
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QuickJump’s purpose is to help you quickly access folders. Here is what you have to do to use the application. With a simple key combination, mainly Ctrl+Shift+J, you can bring up the application’s interface. And then by typing a folder’s name and hitting Enter, you can access that folder. It’s all incredibly simple and quite useful.

QuickJump can be installed on a machine powered by Windows XP, 2008, Vista, 7, or 8. A simple setup wizard will help you quickly install QuickJump on your machine. There’s nothing complicated about the installation process, and that is always a nice thing.

The main panel on the application’s interface is taken up by a list of folders. By default, QuickJump displays only the folders in C:UsersUSERNAMEDocuments. You can add more locations from the appropriately named Configure Folder Locations menu. And you can access this menu by right clicking the application’s system tray icon or by clicking the arrow button located in the lower right hand corner of the interface.

As I was saying, the main panel displays a list of folders. Above it there’s a search box – start typing a folder’s name and you will see that the list is updated in real time. So if you want to access My Pictures, you’ll see that by the time you’re done typing that, My Pictures will be the only folder in the list. Just Hit Enter and My Pictures folder will be accessed.

As you figured out from the presentation of the interface, using QuickJump is a very straightforward task. I’m going to recap and present it as a 3-step process:
Step 1 – bring up QuickJump. You can easily do so by pressing Ctrl+Shift+J.
Step 2 – start typing a folder’s name.
Step 3 – hit Enter and the folder will be accessed.

QuickJump can also come in handy when you’re using a Windows application and you want to save your work. Say you want to save a Word document. When presented with the Save As dialog, bring up QuickJump and use it to quickly find a folder; QuickJump will automatically switch the Save As dialog to the folder you select.

QuickJump is free to use for a 30-day period.

By using QuickJump you will be able to very easily and very quickly access any folder you want.

Pros
Installing QuickJump is an effortless process. You can bring up the user friendly interface by using a hotkey. Easily add more locations from the Configure Folder Locations menu. You can set it so the application will automatically run at startup. Use QuickJump to quickly access any folder you want.

Cons
30-day trial.


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QuickJump Editor's Review Rating
QuickJump has been reviewed by George Norman on 26 Jun 2013. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated QuickJump 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent
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