A simple and useful application that integrates into the context menu and it allows you to quickly change the color of any folder
|Updated||March 28th 2019|
eRiverSoft N/A N/A
|Crack Size||1.5 MB|
|Systems||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 2008 R2, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Windows doesn’t give you much room to customize the folder’s appearance, but apps like FolderHighlight can help with this issue.
The software integrates in the context menu, as it doesn’t have an interface. Therefore, all the options can be accessed by right-clicking on the folder whose appearance you want to change.
In this manner, the most important folders on the computer can be marked. Color coding the directories makes them easier to spot. This cuts down the time you would spend trying to track down the desired folder by name.
The software comes with a wide palette of colors. You can choose between red, orange, gold, brown, green, cyan, aqua, light blue, blue, pink, purple, violet, grey and black. If you change your mind at any time, returning to the default Windows color is extremely easy.
Furthermore, FolderHighlight Crack lets you “clean” all the colors in a directory. The changes apply to any number of sub-folders. This option saves considerable amounts of time, since doing this individually would be a lengthy process.
The software also allows you to edit the folder’s InfoTip. This is the information that can be seen the mouse pointer is over a directory or when you check the item’s properties.
All in all, FolderHighlight is a light and useful tool that can help you spot the desired directory immediately. Organized people can use this program to further filter all the information on their computer. If you’re more hectic in your work, then FolderHighlight can be exactly what you need to finally find your way through the cluster of folders.
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