What is new in QuickJump v2¶
Welcome to QuickJump v2. This document outlines new features and enhancements which make the product, you have come to rely on for quickly navigating Windows file folders, even more powerful.
Even faster folder filtering¶
We have reworked the folder filtering algorithm. Even if you have hundreds of thousands of folders, you will see instant response when you type search fragments into the input field.
Revamped user interface¶
New user interface makes all commands readily discoverable and accessible via standard Windows menus.
Recent folders on top¶
The folder list now shows up to five most recently used folder on top.
Advanced folder filtering operators¶
This version introduces support for “name:” and “not:” filtering operators. Even if you find that you do not have to use them most of the time, they are great tools to have at your disposal for the cases when you do need them.
Custom Commands allow you to preconfigure shortcuts to open folders in applications you use frequently. This is an advanced feature. If you do not know why you would need this, you probably do not.
Configuration Export Import¶
This feature allows you to export configuration from one computer and import it on another. This can be useful to transfer configuration between your own computers or to share it with other team members.
Support folder paths over 260 characters long¶
Windows 10 supports folders path length longer than 260 characters. QuickJump v2 now supports paths like that.
Please note that most Windows applications, including Windows Explorer, do not support working with paths over 260 characters long at this time. In many cases, you will find that the easiest way to use a long path is to hit Ctrl+C to copy the entire path to the clipboard, then manually paste it into the target application.
Discontinued .NET version 3 support.¶
QuickJump now requires Microsoft .NET Framework version 4.6 or newer. If you are using Windows 10, you should already have the right version of .NET Framework installed. Remember to run Windows Update regularly to keep your system up to date.
Subscription licensing model¶
Starting with version 2, we are switching to a subscription licensing model.