This is something I was using a lot in Windows Xp. We had the same functionality using a program called Tweak UI and it allowed you to customize the places bar. For example in Microsoft Word or adobe Photoshop when you select save as, you can see the locations on the left side such as desktop, my documents etc… This program allows you to customize the default location where you wish to save the documents such as a network drive or any other locations. This is a time saver I am really Glad this company took care of business and decided to add functionality that Windows should have in the first place.
|Description||Windows place bar|
|Supported OS||Windows 2K, XP, Vista, 7|
|Size of Program||1 Mb|
|Download Link||PlaceBar Editor|