|I probably use Windows Explorer more than any other program.
Thank heavens I finally heard of the Winkey+E to open it. That
was a time saver but I still had to click my way down to the
folder I wanted. Even using the built in Windows keyboard
controls, it was a pain.
I finally found a method of opening Explorer at a specific folder,
either using a shortcut or Hot Key
You make a shortcut the same way as in "Reboot
& Shut Down Shortcuts" but you put the following
in the target window...
Note that in shortcuts there must be a space between
|The part that says "C:\folder path" is the full
path to the folder to which you want Windows Explorer to open.
An easy way to get it is to open Explorer, browse to the folder
you want and copy it from the address bar.
If you'd rather reboot/shutdown with keyboard shortcuts, you
could easily do that with Hot Key
Plus. The only difference is that you need to break the
"Target" into "Command
line" and "Parameters" like this...
||Shortcut "Target" line:
Hot Key Plus "Command line"
Hot Key Plus "Parameters"
|C:\WINDOWS\EXPLORER.EXE /n,/e,C:\folder path