Platform: Windows XP
Number of downloads: 191
If you use a PC regularly you'll know how annoying it can be to navigate to a folder or file that is several layers deep. It can take a little time, and involves numerous mouse clicks.
Meta Commander Pro aims to alleviate this by adding your entire disk structure to the right-click context menu. This allows you to access a file anywhere on your PC with one mouse click.
Listed at the top of the context menu are all your drives (local and remote) in alphabetical order. Scroll over one of these and all the top-level folders are revealed. Scroll over one of these and all the contained files are directly accessible, and any folders can be opened.
Underneath the drive list are a number of other options, including Current Folder, Folder History, Favorites and Selected Items.
Current Folder lets you to jump to the currently active folder in Windows Explorer, while Folder History displays recently accessed folders and lets you launch them.
The Favorites option is used to add the active folder to your own list of commonly used folders, and the Selected Items option provides functions such as copying the path of a file or a file name.