If you have opened your Windows 7 toolbar to access files, in your hard drive, you would have noticed that each folder is represented with an icon. Sometimes it becomes difficult to locate a file that you have stored in your hard drive. Why not change the icons of the folder along with arranging them in logical set-up of folder like music, movie,etc.
Windows 7 Explorer Toolbar Editor can be used to create separate icons in the Windows 7 Explorer window, which will display file according to your file organization structure.Â In terms of its user interface, the tool bar has two separate windows for viewing file structure that you have created along with the default structure that is located on the right side.
The toolbar also lets you customize the buttons that are located in the file directory Windows 7 Explorer Toolbar. You can use a separate set of buttons for each library that is located in Windows 7 Explorer toolbar or you can choose a similar template design for the buttons. By changing the buttons you will be able to easily locate the file that you have been searching for. For example if you are looking for music files in ‘My Computers’, you can just create a separate button that is located outside ‘My Computers’. If music files are the most accessed files in your computer you will be able to access them easily through creating a button, right in front of you in the Windows 7 Explorer Toolbar.