Do you want to change your standard yellow Windows folder to something else? Is it hard to navigate through the same-looking mass? Then it is time to change the appearance of a folder and make it stand out.
Folder Marker lets you sort or filter folders by custom icons. For this to work, it adds a text tag along with the icon. Usually, the tag corresponds to what is shown on the icon: a Red folder will have a Red tag. But these tags can be changed. In this article, I will tell you when it can be helpful and how exactly to change the tags names.
From version 4.7 of Folder Marker, you can change the tag name applied to the folder. Read on, and we will tell you more about tags and how to rename them.
You use the Folder Marker to color-code the folders. You use the right-click menu for 2-click folder colorization and the recently used colors within that menu. But do you know you can modify the “Mark Folder” menu, re-order it, delete unused items, or name the colors in your way? Moreover, this also changes the name of the text tags applied to the folder.
In this article, we will take a detailed look at how to change the ‘Mark Folder’ right-click menu and name the colors in it.
Probably, you already know you can organize your computer folders by color-coding or image-coding them. This is exactly what Folder Marker helps to do really easily. But when you use all the colors, you get a new problem: a mess of colors. How to avoid this? Folder Marker has a built-in solution for this, and in this article, we will describe how to remember what color or icon means.
This can be done by customizing the right-click menu of the Folder Marker and customizing the text tag you assign to a folder with customization.
Folder Marker vs FileMarker.NET are programs with similar goals but different implementations. Sometimes people confuse them. One is designed to deal with folders, and the other – is with files. To avoid confusion, since the programs are similar, both in purpose and in name, let’s look at their features in more detail and get answers to the following questions:
Version 4.7 of Folder Marker is ready for your download! Check the ability to customize the folder tag names, faster icon search with color filters, adjustable view size of the icons, the increasing number of supported image formats, much easier work with the command line, and much more.
This update is free for those who bought Folder Marker on October 12th, 2021 or later. Please click Help->About in your Folder Marker to check if you can update for free to the latest version or if you need to pay an update fee.
When you are working with a ton of documents on a computer, you need to categorize them with a couple of aspects to not get lost. So, you want to set double color for all subfolders and a single color for the main one like here:
Such a method can be helpful when you have your categorizing system based on folders and subfolders, making two criteria folders (like “green-yellow folder”, where green means – work files, and yellow – reports). Or want to divide folders by type. In this article, I’ll show you how to achieve this with the help of a Folder Marker and a Two-color Set.