QuickJump is a small software application designed to help you jump to a custom folder quickly and using just a few clicks. Plus, the utility is able to open network directories.
Prior configuration settings
At the end of the installation process, it is recommended to make some prior configuration settings related to the folder locations. If you skip this step, you may set up the dedicated parameters later on.
The program gives you the possibility to specify the directories that you want to index, so the search process goes faster than usual. Additionally, you are allowed to add multiple custom directories, exclude folders, as well as remove the selected ones.
Unobtrusive running mode
QuickJump runs quietly in the system tray without interfering with your work. In order to access the program’s features, you need to perform a right-click mouse operation on its icon from the system tray.
You are given the freedom to reconfigure the folder location, rescan the folders, reassign hotkeys, run the utility at Windows startup, and open directories using custom commands.
The application displays the indexed folders in the primary panel and enables you to perform search operations for quickly jumping to a certain folder.
What’s more, you can create a new folder, adjust the transparency of the primary window, display context menu for the selected folder, copy the folder path to the clipboard, as well as increase or decrease font size.
Tests have shown that QuickJump carries out the search process extremely quickly and without errors. It doesn’t eat up a lot of CPU and memory, so the overall performance of the computer is not affected.
To sum things up, QuickJump proves to be a reliable application that comes bundled with several handy features for helping you index folders in order to perform fast search operations.
LIMITATIONS IN THE UNREGISTERED VERSION
- 30 days trial
- Open Windows folders with a few keystrokes.
- Quickly navigate “File Open” and “Save As” windows of any application to the right folder.
- For system administrators: QuickJump can be centrally configured and administered via Active Directory.