Creating a new hotkey
Explore a drive or folder event
You can create hotkeys to explore folders or drives. This is much faster
then to look for the drive or folder in the Windows Explorer.
For example, you can set Windows + Ctrl + C to explore your
computer C: drive. The explorer will be run to browse the C: drive when you
press and release Windows + Ctrl + C.
To create a new hotkey to explore a folder or drive:
- Click on the New button to show the Select Hotkey Event Type window.
- Select "Explore a Drive or Folder" event type. Click Next.
- Select the drive or enter the file location, or click Browse to
browse for the drive or folder.
- You can preview the event by clicking the Preview button. Click
- Give a name for the hotkey.
- Select the key combination for the hotkey. We recommend using
Windows + Ctrl + <key> for this Explore a Drive or Folder hotkey.
- Click OK to save the changes.
To test the hotkey, press the key combination. The Windows Explorer will
be run with the drive or folder for browsing.
NOTE: You can drag and drop a drive or folder location from Explorer into
the application window or "Explore a Drive or Folder" page to create a new
hotkey that explores the drive or folder.