Add Single Custom Named Shortcut for multiple Programs and Folders in the Taskbar in Windows 7, clicking it will make pop up of the shortcuts you have made, either to numerous programs, Folders, Websites…what ever you want.At the end of the tutorial, you will one like get this:
Create a folder in a easy to remember place anywhere in your computer. Rename it to the name you want. For example, I have renamed it to “Abhishek”:
Open the Folder. Right click anywhere within it. Select New> Shortcut:
Click it. It will bring a Window like this:
Browse the location, rename it as you like after clicking “Next” button. Create as many shortcut you wish. For program shortcut, go to C drive (or where your Windows 7 is installed), Program Files (and Program Files x86 for Windows 7 64 bit), open the folders of the program, select the program’s exe file. Repeat Step 2, until you have added all the programs, Folders etc you have added.
Note: You can Add or Delete it anytime later. The shortcuts will be refreshed automatically.
Finally, you will make something looking like this:
Now, close the folder. We do not need it more. Right Click on the taskbar and hover over “Toolbars” ; you will get “New Toolbar” option. Select it:
Browse the custom named Folder and Click “Select Folder”:
This should your end result:
1. This works on any currently used Windows OS.
2. To remove it, right click over the taskbar, uncheck the folders name. This will not only remove the shortcut bundle from the taskbar, but also will remove from the “Toolbars” list (on right click). This specific feature is added in Windows 7.