you can use the widescreen edges for clickable shortcuts in always on top toolbars.
< win 7 and 3×4 screens: Think about additional auto hide toolbars.
The top toolbar features
• You can dragNdrop folders, files and shortcuts into toolbars ( note: the mentioned 3 kind of symbols are all shortcuts to specific parts on your hard drive )
• you can order the symbols to your needs. If you are using an existing folder, you can hide less important symbols. The hidden symbols you can open by clicking the "»" and typing the starting letter, if there is only one symbol with this starting letter in this toolbar.
•with the toolbar "my computer" you can reach all your x:/ files. (Min. requierement c:\ 20x23pxl see the top right corner.)
• you can resize toolbars by double clicking or dragging the dotted toolbar handle
desktop pc with additional AUTOHIDE toolbars @ the left screen edge (on top + Auto hide toolbars on one screen edge are not possible)