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Hi MilesAhead,
I tried your HomeFolder 1.5 and it has a fabulous performance.

Thanks for your tools and your time.

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Hi MilesAhead, I have a problem with HomeFolder, it consumes too much CPU (25-35%). It's a Pentium4 with XP SP3.

Screen capture of CPU performance for HomeFolder

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Download HomeFolder from my page:

http://www.favessoft.com/hotkeys.html

edit: btw it's only been tested on SDI type applications.  Programs that run in a main window.  I don't much use MDI type apps.  May work but I don't guarantee it.

A small application and it works great with everything, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Word, etc...
Thank you very much.

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Open Task Manager , Go to Processes Tab,  right click process -> "Open File Location"

or am I missing something?
Depends on the OS one use, isn't it?

An tool like SystemExplorer (DC Link) can provide this feature for XP too.
I have tested it and it does it.
But I'm looking for something less bloated. I'm currently using Process Explorer and I wouldn't like to have two process managers opened.

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Open Task Manager , Go to Processes Tab,  right click process -> "Open File Location"

or am I missing something?
I don't have that option in Windows XP

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Are you talking about opening the folder that contains the application's .exe file (eg Word.exe, Excel.exe), or the folder that contains the opened current data file (eg Document.doc, Workbook.xls)?
The folder of the exe application

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Hi everyone
I would like to access quickly to the folder of a running application.
Anyone knows a shell extension or utility to do this?
Thanks in advance.

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Where's the link? And it doesn't work from DCUpdater either

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