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Quick Access Bar – Horizontal dock bar for Windows 7

Quick Access Bar is a horizontal bar that docks to the top of the screen and gives access to the hard disk partitions, Control Panel, special folders like My documents, My pictures as well as custom folders.>/p>


Unlike WinExt, which was reviewed earlier on Instant Fundas, Quick Access Bar auto hides itself when not used freeing up valuable desktop real estate. By default, Quick Access Bar will show your hard disk drives and partitions. Other items can be turned on from the configuration window which can be accessed by clicking on the “Q” icon. You can add custom folders to the dock bar, but cannot add files or programs which such a shame.

Quick Access Bar is designed to work only with Windows 7.


  1. this is awesome - any way to make it stay there though and not disappear?


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