Roland Weigelt's
A free utility for browsing most recently used (MRU) file lists of programs like Visual Studio, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more. Quickly open files, jump to their folder in Windows Explorer, copy them (and their path) to the clipboard - all with just a few keystrokes or mouse clicks..
Current version: 2.5.0 (released 2015-05-25)
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Tip: Use a global hotkey!

For a tool like Emaroo that is started rather often and is easy to use via keyboard, it makes sense to launch it using a global hotkey. The easiest way to do this in Windows 7 and up is to pin Emaroo to the task bar and start it using Win+<digit> (with <digit> corresponding to the position of the icon in the task bar).

Supported Applications

System Requirements

Emaroo FAQ

What does the name "Emaroo" stand for?

Emaroo is inspired by "most recently used" = MRU = "em ar you". I took artistic liberty to change the pronouncation to create a short name that looks good in written form.

What does "free" mean, what's the license for the application?

Emaroo is "free" as in "free beer".

Please read the license for more information.

Will Emaroo allow editing the MRU lists in a future version?

This is something I have been thinking about a lot, but depending on how and when applications store their MRU list, this can range from tricky to downright ugly. So the answer is "most likely no".


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