For most professionals, it is an arduous task to locate data on their computers, given the amount of time it takes to browse to specific folders using the Windows explorer. The Finalbird 2.5.724 application is designed specifically to reduce your workload in accessing commonly used folders and create accessibility points so that your important data is available at a single click. Using an interface that mimics the quick launch feature of Windows XP, the application can be used to collate important programs and files under Favorite Folders and Favorite Program labels.
The Finalbird 2.5.724 application upon installation can be found in the system tray. Using either the mouse or access key you can launch the application interface which has the look and feel of a Windows XP quick launch. On it you would be able to find places for recent folders and documents along with Favorite programs too. To add a program to the favorite list, you just need to right click on it and choose the option Add to Finalbird. The specific program would now appear under the Favorite program group. Now if you are concerned about keeping such a software as it can reveal your history of activities, you can change the recent files and folder settings. The application is designed to work on all Windows iterations currently in use from XP onwards while its developer has already started the initial spade work for Windows 9. On the technical front the tool is rather light to use and has a compact setup size of just over five megabytes.
On account of its effectiveness in accessing important data in quick steps, the Finalbird 2.5.724 application is marked with a score of three stars. The programs developer does need to add more documentation and possibly a detailed help guide for the benefit of novice users.