Easy to jump with Windows® 7 Jump Lists
Earlier, users faced difficulty in jumping to things whether it is about getting to the destination or accessing the command of the program.
Two manifestations are included in the new Jump Lists - as part of the traditional Start Menu, and as a popup menu from the application's taskbar button.
You can take the tool as a mini start menu for each and every program. Destination and task of the program is generally used by this new feature.
Jump List Advantages
Jump Lists offers several advantages such as to launch a file or access a task you don't require to start a program and additionally it doesn't occupy much space on the taskbar and is automatically organized. The user can have access to many destinations without the need to customize to the UI. The Jump Lists can show the lot of text for each of its items.
You can simply pin to the list, just by keeping the require destination around. By default, the menu contains the program's shortcut, the ability to toggle pinning and the ability to close Windows. The programs could easily replace the default MRU (Most Recently Used) list with a system-maintained MFU (Most Frequently Used) list. Custom destination list can also be easily provided by the programs. It has many customizable parts that are different across different applications.