If you're constantly moving between different folders in Windows, you'll have noticed that its native file explorer is a bit limited. This is why it's always a good idea to use plug-ins to improve its functionality.
Folder View is one of those plug-ins; a simple tool that makes working with Explorer easier and faster by adding shortcuts to your most frequently used folders in certain key locations such as the Explorer interface, the context menu and also the system tray.
These shortcuts can be customized with any folders you want, and are also automatically updated. This means that if you erase one of the folders that appear on the Folder View toolbar from your hard drive, the correspondent shortcut will also be erased.
I found Folder View to be very generally handy, but I had problems when trying to customize the toolbar: it's easy to add new shortcuts, but I really can't figure out how to remove them without actually deleting the folder they link to.
Folder View adds some extra handy shortcuts to Windows Explorer, so that file management in Windows is faster and easier.