There was a thread somewhere about stuff you miss from windows, and here's one from me. Usually, I try not to think about stuff like this - you change the OS, you take the good with the bad. But this one impacts my productivity dozens and dozens of times a day. It makes me angry. Windows has this GREAT feature, underappreciated, I realize now. It's how you can click on the start menu, and quickly access the last file/document you worked on. Oh mighty heavens how useful that is!!! I work on some documents randomly over and over again, and I HATE how in OS X there's no way (that I know of!) of quickly accessing them! I have to navigate every blessed time to some folder for the same stupid document - soooooo unproductive! Yeah, you can create shortcuts (aliases) on your desktop, or set the documents on your dock, but that's not only an ugly kludge that soon pollutes your desktop and dock into a mess, but more importantly, it's limited in space - what if you have a fair number of these, too many for the dock? The "GO" menu bar item in the finder is useless - I don't even know why it's there, all it shows is "folders" which are supposed to be "recent" - useless (and by the way, I can never figure out how they count "recent", since I see stuff there that I haven't touched in ages, and the stuff I've used constantly is not there). Using spotlight is not the solution either - I don't want to type every time I need to access a doc, and often I don't remember the exact name - I just want one click and to see a LIST of the recent docs!!! In windows, you just click on your start menu - and boom, there's the list of your frequently used docs! Now, this is HUGE considering that I do that many dozens of times a day - the chore in OS X is adding up to a GIGANTIC waste of time. So annoying and a real drag on productivity, no kidding. Are there any hacks or apps that allow a ONE-CLICK access to a list of docs you've been working on recently?