Rainbow Folders is a freeware application developed by Piotr Chodziński for Microsoft Windows operating systems. It's an extremely useful tool for creating multiple" Rainbow Folders" within a single application. These are little virtual folders which can be dragged and dropped on a desktop or other Windows PC display. In addition, they can be dragged and dropped on a secondary display, such as a Windows Explorer-like window.
Rainbow Folders is very similar in concept to the well known Windows XP sidebar clock application. The only major difference I can see in the way of Rainbow Folders functionality is the lack of an icon representing a folder. So, what does this mean? In simple terms, you'd see the two separate icons for creating and sorting your rainbow folders on your desktop or task bar as in the Windows Explorer toolbar. And you would use the same basic functions - dragging and dropping, and double-clicking to name just a few - exactly the same as you do with the Windows XP sidebar clock.
Piotr Chodzinksi has made one of the best Windows programs for optimizing your computer's performance, providing you with a speeded-up desktop and eliminating many common slow-downs and errors that come with using a computer. As far as I'm concerned, this software product is one of the most outstanding products available on the market, especially considering that it was developed by a relatively unknown Polish software developer. As a result, it comes with an exceptional list of technical support and other extended services, such as online tech support and online help. While this software product may not be the fastest or most highly featured program on the market, it certainly is one of the most efficient and effective, which is why Piotr Chodzinksi is among the top products available on the open-source market today.