If you have a folder that you use frequently, you can save yourself time and reduce mouse clicks by adding that folder to the Favorites list that appears in the Windows Explorer navigation pane.
Many of the folders you probably use most often are available on the Start menu, including your user profile folder and your Documents, Pictures, and Music libraries.
However, you might have a folder that you use constantly but that takes a while to locate within Windows Explorer. Any folder that you use frequently should appear on the Windows Explorer jump list, which you display by rightclicking the Windows Explorer icon in the taskbar.
That method should work most of the time, but it might not give you consistent ...