Easy File Folder Navigation with QuickJump – Compujurist Readers Save 20%

By at 16 September, 2009, 1:09 pm

 

Techhit Software makes a number of Outlook utilities that I use regularly including SimplyFIle, EZDetach and MessageSave . On September 15, 2009 TechHit released their latest utility called  QuickJump   which is a Windows file navigation utility. A beta version had been in use by a number of firms and people including myself and I’m happy to see the commercial launch of this latest tool. Using QuickJump, you can quickly navigate to any folder on your system or a network drive using just your keyboard. While there are other shortcut utilities such as FolderGuide available , according to TechHit’s Alex Kovalchuk, QuickJump offers several improvements over competing products including:

  • QuickJump adds entire folder trees that you specify. There is no need to add folders one-by-one.
  • QuickJump is optimized for quick keyboard navigation. .
  • QuickJump has an adaptive algorithm to tune its behavior for frequently used folders.
  • QuickJump is not an Explorer shell extension, so it won’t interfere with File Explorer operation.

QuickJump is easy to start using and to add whole folders and directories to for access. I recommend that you watch this brief video to get an idea of how QuickJump works and to get up and running very quickly. Like the other TechHit products I use, QuickJump  is easy to use and just plain works.

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Comments
John Loukidelis September 17, 2009

Or you could use FreeCommander, which is free. Or maybe I am missing something about the features list.

DR October 5, 2009

Or you could use FreeCommander, which is free. Or maybe I am missing something about the features list.

Nerino Petro October 12, 2009

Hello John,

Thanks for the tip on FileCommander which appears to perform a number of other tasks in addition to file or folder favorites navigation. The primary difference appears to me to be that the QuickJump interface is less busy and its designed to do one thing quickly and easily. This is the theme through all of the TechHit utilities that I’ve used. For those that aren’t afraid of freeware or are looking for a lot of features, FileCommander looks like it will fit the bill. I also like and have used for years the free FolderGuide utility which is used from the right click context menu. QuickJump though allows for quick folder navigation without the need to invoke the mouse.

Thanks again for the information and reading my blog.

Regards,
Nerino

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