When I start typing something in the Windows Explorer address bar, it displays a small list of autocompletion entries below the address bar.
I'd like to use these autocompletion suggestions to navigate faster between folders: Say I have a folder named FooFolder somewhere deep down in my user's folder. At the moment, I am in folder BarFolder, which is somewhere else, and I want to navigate to FooFolder. When I select the address bar and start to type Foo..., I want Windows Explorer to display FooFolder in the autocompletion entries, so that I can quickly navigate there without having to click through the entire folder structure. Unfortunately, I don't know if this is possible, or how to activate it.
All the folders I'm talking about are indexed with Windows Search, so it should not take Explorer too long to compile the list of autocompletion entries.
Is there a way to make this work? Maybe an Explorer plugin?
EDIT: I know there are tools like Direct Folders which allow such quick folder navigation. The problem with these tools is that I have to manually select the folders I want to navigate to. With the index of Windows Search, it should be possible to create something like Direct Folders which can predict/guess the folder I want.