Suggestion from Marc W:
An option that would display all of the drives. It would open a popup that has a list of all of the drives. Clicking on any of the drives would open an explorer window to that drive. It would eliminate a step and be cleaner than the My Computer link.
This is an old request from FP users that I forgot to copy here.
Let user add/edit these special menus (Settings, CurrentFolders, etc.) as they can do with favorites.
From: Sébastien http://code.jeanlalonde.ca/folderspopup/#comment-15332
The only missing thing is dynamic subfolders. You should add a feature to allow the user to add a dynamic folder. For example, if you add you C:\ as dynamic folder, the first submenu item under C:\ is “Open this folder” and under this, you list all the subfolders of the C:\ drive. If you select the subfolder “Windows”, the “Open this folder” option will be listed the all the subfolders under C:\Windows, etc.
This feature is present in the software “Folder Menu” (http://foldermenu.sourceforge.net/) but this software is a little buggy. If you implement this on your software, it will become the best software of that kind.
Please consider adding something like Current Folders ("Reuse an Open Folder") that lists the two folders currently open in the two panes of Total Commander. (...0 Better yet, add a configuration option to change the behavior of Current Folders to list the open folders of either Explorer or your favorite file manager.
As seen in Folder Menu (if I remember well). It makes sense to have recent and current folders to be presented in the same list since it answers the same need to find something accessed recently.
In Folders Popup, the Recent Folders menu present the x most recent folders found in the Windows virtual folder “Recent items” (C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Recent Windows). See this discussion for more info.
In QAP, this menu could also memorize the most recent folders accessed using QAP, regardless of Window's list. Also, I saw in Folder Menu (if I remember well) that this list also included Current Folders (folders actualy open in Windows Explorer). See this item.
This would add the current folder in an Explorer window or a file dialog box bypassing the regular Add a folder dialog box. Some default values/rules would be used. The folder would be added at the bottom (or top?) of the main menu. The favorite's name (for the menu) would be the last folder in the favorite's path (as suggested by default when you add a folder the regular way). If this name already exists in the main menu, a number like "Name (2)" would be added. There would be no custom icon, no shortcut, etc.
This is a hierarchical menu. This hierarchy would be available in as a QAP Feature.